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post #16 of 60
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post
This was my choice before I discovered Lavoris. I liked it quite a bit, especially considering the discount price.

Yeah, plus it actually feels like your mouth is being properly cleaned.
post #17 of 60
I use something called peredontax, it really tastes bad, seriously bad, but it cleans your teeth well and it is good for the gums. if I use something else for a few days, for some reason, I feel like my teeth aren't getting clean.
post #18 of 60
I'm a big fan of Crest w/ Scope. I don't know if it is "best" for you teeth in terms of ingedients, but I love the taste. Being that it tastes so good I never avoid brushing, that has to count for something.
post #19 of 60
I use Pronamel
post #20 of 60
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Originally Posted by lee_44106 View Post
You'd think at $9 a tube Elgydium would contain flecks of gold or something. Reading its ingredient list, it's mainly composed of baking powder (Sodium Bicarbonate). That same shit can be had from Tom's for half the price.

Of course, it also depends on the manner in which the sodium bicarbonate is broken down. I was speaking from personal experience.

If you'd rather spend $4 at Tom's for Colgate instead of $10, knock yourself out.
post #21 of 60
Just chew on a piece of wood charcoal. The carbon will clean your teeth like nothing else can. The taste isn't too pleasant though.
post #22 of 60
Ultra brite but don't let it get in yer eye, you'll be wearin' a pirate patch!
post #23 of 60
Tom's of Maine with Flouride

They are certain ingredients you don't want in toothpaste. They are abrasive. Baking soda is very abrasive. You should only use it when you haven't brushed in a while which should be never.
post #24 of 60
i like aqua fresh. been using it for years.


all that tartar control/baking soda/peroxide type toothpastes, irritate and strip the lining of my mouth. i cant use them.
post #25 of 60
I read somewhere that the medieval Spaniards used to brush their teeth with "stale urine". Not sure how that worked, or how urine goes stale (non-midstream, I take it?).

Violinist was posting about some $20 toothpaste he got really defensive about -- Marvis, perhaps?

Where can one buy Lavoris?
post #26 of 60
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Originally Posted by shoe View Post
i like aqua fresh. been using it for years. all that tartar control/baking soda/peroxide type toothpastes, irritate and strip the lining of my mouth. i cant use them.
Sodium Pyrophosphate. I have the same sloughing problem with tartar control toothpaste.
post #27 of 60
I am currently using Crest Whitening Expressions Vanilla Mint. Mainly I use it because I like the taste. I also use Listerine Vanilla Mint mouthwash for the same reason. The stronger medicinal mint-type mouthwashes are nasty tasting to me. I brush with a Sonicare toothbrush.
post #28 of 60
I used Toms a month or so back. Right now I'm using sensodyne. Dunno if I will switch back or not.
post #29 of 60
My favorite is Marvis Jasmin Mint but it's not cheap and since it's not availabe locally to me, ordering it online is a bit of a hassle. I've tried Tom's Citrus Mango and while it tastes great, it doesn't make my mouth feel "clean".
post #30 of 60
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Originally Posted by RJman View Post
Where can one buy Lavoris?

I bought mine at Big Lots. Yes, Big Lots, the closeout store. Each full-sized tube cost $1.50, and came with a free toothbrush. That's a bargain bonanza. I have four stacked under my bathroom sink.

You can, however, get it at Rite-Aid and other such chains.
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