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Poisoning Kids With Toxic Toothpaste

FROM JAMES: Yes, fluoride does weaken and even kill streptococcus mutans, the bacteria which causes tooth decay. But there are other and more effective ways to do that. No one should put fluoride in his mouth because some gets swallowed and some gets absorbed through the soft tissues of the mouth. Belief in fluoridated toothpaste and drinking water fluoridation is a mark of great conventionality and a lack of critical thinking ability. See: The American Dental Association originally opposed preparing infant formula using fluoridated drinking water. See: *** Thanks to the New York Times: Family February 12,...

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Chocolate Toothpaste Better than Fluoridated – ADA Convention

‘Chocolate-Based’ Toothpaste Remineralizes Enamel Caroline Helwick     November 08, 2013     Thanks to MedScape NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana — A toothpaste that contains a natural chocolate extract was more capable of remineralizing exposed dentin, which could reduce dental hypersensitivity, than fluoride-based toothpastes, including Sensodyne NuPro(GlaxoSmithKline), according to results from a randomized double-blind clinical. The study evaluated the enamel-strengthening potential ofTheodent (Theodent) toothpaste containing the patented compound Rennou (Theodent). The active ingredient of Rennou is theobromine, a compound that is prominent in chocolate; it also contains calcium and phosphate. Thoedent does not contain fluoride. “Ironically, there is something in chocolate that can build healthier teeth,” said...

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Fluoridated Toothpaste

FLUORIDATED TOOTHPASTE: ANOTHER SCAM By James Robert Deal JD April 15, 2013   Fluoridated toothpaste is less effective at preventing decay than new, non-fluoridated toothpastes such as CaviStat, also sold under the name Sensistat.   Nor is fluoridated toothpaste safe. We swallow and absorb large amounts of fluoride as we brush. Fluoridated toothpaste is just as much a hoax as fluoridated drinking water.   I do not use fluoridated toothpaste. All the opponents of fluoridated drinking water I know avoid using fluoridated toothpaste themselves. We do not let our children use it. We are the trusted authorities generally on...

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Toothpaste – Even More Fluoride

Colgate debuts prescription fluoride toothpaste By DrBicuspid Staff  Thanks to Dr. February 22, 2013 — Colgate Oral Pharmaceuticals introduced Colgate PreviDent 5000 Booster Plus, a prescription-only fluoride therapy toothpaste, at this week’s Chicago Midwinter Meeting. The newest addition to Colgate’s PreviDent home fluoride product portfolio contains 1.1% sodium fluoride (5,000 ppm), FluoriGard technology, and tricalcium phosphate to help patients who are at high risk of caries. FluoriGard is an optimized fluoride delivery system that produces a temporary shift in pH, the company noted in a press release. In pH cycling studies conducted by Colgate, the new formula in PreviDent 5000 Booster Plus provided better remineralization after 10 days and unsurpassed remineralization after 20 days when compared with another leading brand toothpaste. Related Reading Colgate ups toothpaste, toothbrush market share in Q3, October 25, 2012 Colgate partnership to yield electric toothbrushes, October 3, 2012 Colgate asked to drop whitening toothpaste claims, August 14, 2012 Copyright © 2013...

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Cavistat Toothpaste

CaviStat Toothpaste – Better than Fluoridated Gwendolyn Dennis from Portland Tribune It has been known since 2005 that CaviStat toothpaste works much better than fluoride at preventing dental caries, and without the risk of dental fluorosis (aka dental damage). It comes in toothpaste, gum, and lozenges. Why don’t we ever hear of dentists recommending it? It would certainly cut down on the environmental pollution water fluoridation creates.See“The inhibitory effect of an arginine bicarbonate/calcium carbonate CaviStat-containing dentifrice on the development of dental caries in Venezuelan school children” “CONCLUSION: A CaviStat-containing toothpaste was more effective both clinically and statistically in inhibiting caries initiation and progression than the fluoride toothpaste control…” PMID:...

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