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Posted 27th Dec 2019Edited by:"immortan4jo"

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kidrock12327/12/2019 16:21

Whats so good about this toothpaste compared to normal products?


This is made with science. Most other toothpastes are made with media studies and gender studies
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Whats so good about this toothpaste compared to normal products?
what is the 33% off code?
Thanks op great price for this.
kidrock12327/12/2019 16:21

Whats so good about this toothpaste compared to normal products?


Nothing at all. The names very misleading as the only thing that can strengthen enamel is fluoride and you can get that from any toothpaste.

If you want to take care of your teeth get a good electric toothbrush and floss every day.
kidrock12327/12/2019 16:21

Whats so good about this toothpaste compared to normal products?


This is made with science. Most other toothpastes are made with media studies and gender studies
Flapjackdoodoo27/12/2019 17:10

This is made with science. Most other toothpastes are made with media …This is made with science. Most other toothpastes are made with media studies and gender studies


Fluoride is a killer apparantly
pelaquin27/12/2019 17:04

Nothing at all. The names very misleading as the only thing that can …Nothing at all. The names very misleading as the only thing that can strengthen enamel is fluoride and you can get that from any toothpaste. If you want to take care of your teeth get a good electric toothbrush and floss every day.


Nowadays even interdental brushes are strongly recommended by dentists along with what you mentioned.
kazkah9627/12/2019 17:58

Nowadays even interdental brushes are strongly recommended by dentists …Nowadays even interdental brushes are strongly recommended by dentists along with what you mentioned.


I also forgot to add if you want sweets eat them all in one go and then brush straight after to remove the sugar. If you eat sweets over a period of a few hours you'll do serious long term damage to your teeth.
pelaquin27/12/2019 18:22

I also forgot to add if you want sweets eat them all in one go and then …I also forgot to add if you want sweets eat them all in one go and then brush straight after to remove the sugar. If you eat sweets over a period of a few hours you'll do serious long term damage to your teeth.


Not quite. You should always wait 30 minutes after eating (especially acidic food) before brushing otherwise you can scrape off / damage weakened enamel from the food you've eaten. See deervalleydentalcare.com/sit…ush
DanielJR27/12/2019 19:50

Not quite. You should always wait 30 minutes after eating (especially …Not quite. You should always wait 30 minutes after eating (especially acidic food) before brushing otherwise you can scrape off / damage weakened enamel from the food you've eaten. See https://www.deervalleydentalcare.com/site/calgary-dentist-blog/2018/10/10/how-long-should-i-wait-after-eating-to-brush


It seems drinking a glass of water after eating sweets is best, then brushing after 20-30 mins. Either way I think we can agree dental hygiene is very important lol.
Thanks - great deal!!
Dave_Legg27/12/2019 17:27

Fluoride is a killer apparantly


If you eat like 8 tubes of the stuff yup! That’s why duraphat toothpaste is prescription only as it’s a higher fluoride content.

And brushing 20-30mins after food not straight after as the ph level drops when you eat so your teeth are weaker and more susceptible to damage so allow time for remineralisation before brushing to reduce risk of damage from brushing
Edited by: "babybutton" 27th Dec 2019
babybutton27/12/2019 21:26

If you eat like 8 tubes of the stuff yup! That’s why duraphat toothpaste i …If you eat like 8 tubes of the stuff yup! That’s why duraphat toothpaste is prescription only as it’s a higher fluoride content.And brushing 20-30mins after food not straight after as the ph level drops when you eat so your teeth are weaker and more susceptible to damage so allow time for remineralisation before brushing to reduce risk of damage from brushing


There's no safe level for fluoride.
Also it's in the toothpaste, bottled water, tap water and foods, so how much is a safe dose and how much are expected to get exposed to teeth topically and how much systemically.

Maybe we should also discuss that it's calcium fluoride thats supposed to be good for teeth when exposed topically

However the stuff we have is sodium monoflurophosphate and it's systemic. Which is a waste byproduct of the aluminium industry.


Something to think about.
polarbaba27/12/2019 22:33

There's no safe level for fluoride.Also it's in the toothpaste, bottled …There's no safe level for fluoride.Also it's in the toothpaste, bottled water, tap water and foods, so how much is a safe dose and how much are expected to get exposed to teeth topically and how much systemically.Maybe we should also discuss that it's calcium fluoride thats supposed to be good for teeth when exposed topically However the stuff we have is sodium monoflurophosphate and it's systemic. Which is a waste byproduct of the aluminium industry.Something to think about.


The aluminium industry you fuel with all the hats you've been making!
Thanks
MCYounes27/12/2019 23:00

The aluminium industry you fuel with all the hats you've been making!


I've got a spare one, I can share..

You want in?
Do they have dertain expiry date
polarbaba27/12/2019 22:33

There's no safe level for fluoride.Also it's in the toothpaste, bottled …There's no safe level for fluoride.Also it's in the toothpaste, bottled water, tap water and foods, so how much is a safe dose and how much are expected to get exposed to teeth topically and how much systemically.Maybe we should also discuss that it's calcium fluoride thats supposed to be good for teeth when exposed topically However the stuff we have is sodium monoflurophosphate and it's systemic. Which is a waste byproduct of the aluminium industry.Something to think about.


How far do you go to avoid fluoride?

What toothpaste do you use? Charcoal based, euthymol, bamboo based etc? TIA
Edited by: "stec77" 27th Dec 2019
stec7727/12/2019 23:14

How far do you go to avoid fluoride? What toothpaste do you use? Charcoal …How far do you go to avoid fluoride? What toothpaste do you use? Charcoal based, euthymol, bamboo based etc? TIA


I live in Birmingham so our water is flouridated... May account for the accent!.

So I have a high pressure reverse osmosis system for my tap water, and regular activated carbon filters on the shower because the chlorine will turn to chlorine gas when heated. But that doesn't remove the fluoride.. so I'm still figuring that out as it's absorbed though your skin as well, but not very well..
Edited by: "polarbaba" 27th Dec 2019
I personally just use Brita water filter, may upgrade to the zero brand?

I never thought to worry about the water used forbathing and showering! The activated charcoal you mention, is that the ones that you can buy for particular osmosis stages? Do they affect the water pressure? TIA

What toothpaste are you using?
stec7727/12/2019 23:24

I personally just use Brita water filter, may upgrade to the zero brand?I …I personally just use Brita water filter, may upgrade to the zero brand?I never thought to worry about the water used forbathing and showering! The activated charcoal you mention, is that the ones that you can buy for particular osmosis stages? Do they affect the water pressure? TIAWhat toothpaste are you using?


Fluoride free stuff for toothpaste, loads around just choose whatever you fancy, you can get inline charcoal filters for showers that have standard shower pipe fittings, so installing is a 1 minute job with no tools. I found a very slight decrease in water pressure but not having the chlorine smell in the bathroom is a much better result.
Any activated charcoal filter will not remove fluoride, so that's nearly every brand.. Brita etc..
polarbaba27/12/2019 22:33

There's no safe level for fluoride.Also it's in the toothpaste, bottled …There's no safe level for fluoride.Also it's in the toothpaste, bottled water, tap water and foods, so how much is a safe dose and how much are expected to get exposed to teeth topically and how much systemically.Maybe we should also discuss that it's calcium fluoride thats supposed to be good for teeth when exposed topically However the stuff we have is sodium monoflurophosphate and it's systemic. Which is a waste byproduct of the aluminium industry.Something to think about.


Lots of research into water fluoridation being recommended to 1part per million and has seen reduction in caries in areas with either naturally occurring fluoride in water or artificially added.
Am a dentist so will always live in camp fluoride sorry and would not recommend a toothpaste without it.

I know this battle could wage on for ages so that is my last on it xx
babybutton28/12/2019 10:27

Lots of research into water fluoridation being recommended to 1part per …Lots of research into water fluoridation being recommended to 1part per million and has seen reduction in caries in areas with either naturally occurring fluoride in water or artificially added.Am a dentist so will always live in camp fluoride sorry and would not recommend a toothpaste without it. I know this battle could wage on for ages so that is my last on it xx


Industry funded research...
Yes reduction in Cavities also due to education and access to dental hygiene products, and fluoride gets the credit.
Fantastic deal @immortan4jo - many thanks!
Amazing deal. Had just run out, so very well timed. The mouthwash is included in the deal too!
polarbaba28/12/2019 10:51

Industry funded research...Yes reduction in Cavities also due to education …Industry funded research...Yes reduction in Cavities also due to education and access to dental hygiene products, and fluoride gets the credit.


There's a member here that makes hats you'd really like.
MCYounes28/12/2019 21:45

There's a member here that makes hats you'd really like.


Everyone never believes everything about everything. Everyone questions, and has Thier own interests and criteria for what constitutes convincing evidence.
For you it may be global warming , vaccines, evolution, or aliens, flat earth, immigration, unions, nationalising industry or Brexit.

Either way we are all trying to get to get to the best version of the truth as possible.

We all want better lives.... Or less worse..

And if we can help someone along the way then even better.

That's why we ask questions and share any information we have.

If I had believed everything my doctor said, I would likely be dead right now. Only my questioning and research came of help.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 28th Dec 2019
polarbaba28/12/2019 23:43

Everyone never believes everything about everything. Everyone questions, …Everyone never believes everything about everything. Everyone questions, and has Thier own interests and criteria for what constitutes convincing evidence.For you it may be global warming , vaccines, evolution, or aliens, flat earth, immigration, unions, nationalising industry or Brexit.Either way we are all trying to get to get to the best version of the truth as possible.We all want better lives.... Or less worse..And if we can help someone along the way then even better.That's why we ask questions and share any information we have.If I had believed everything my doctor said, I would likely be dead right now. Only my questioning and research came of help.


Yeah your right. I said it in jest I believe in all sorts of far fetched things like Jesus.
MCYounes29/12/2019 00:04

Yeah your right. I said it in jest I believe in all sorts of far fetched …Yeah your right. I said it in jest I believe in all sorts of far fetched things like Jesus.


Then merry Jesus's birthday to you!
polarbaba28/12/2019 07:07

Fluoride free stuff for toothpaste, loads around just choose whatever you …Fluoride free stuff for toothpaste, loads around just choose whatever you fancy, you can get inline charcoal filters for showers that have standard shower pipe fittings, so installing is a 1 minute job with no tools. I found a very slight decrease in water pressure but not having the chlorine smell in the bathroom is a much better result.Any activated charcoal filter will not remove fluoride, so that's nearly every brand.. Brita etc..


I'm under the impression that the zero brand of filters produces zero total disolved solids and that they provide a meter to test/prove it.

At the moment an RO is not possible, neither would the shower filter as I'm thinking that ideally you need to plan for it when fitting the bathroom.

I'll keep this in mind though for future reference! Thanks.
stec7729/12/2019 00:14

I'm under the impression that the zero brand of filters produces zero …I'm under the impression that the zero brand of filters produces zero total disolved solids and that they provide a meter to test/prove it.At the moment an RO is not possible, neither would the shower filter as I'm thinking that ideally you need to plan for it when fitting the bathroom. I'll keep this in mind though for future reference! Thanks.


Shower filter is inline from the hose and is very doable. Costs around 5 quid from eBay.
As for drinking /cooking water filters, anything you get is a good start. Regular activated charcoal filters will reduce chlorine and that's still good.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 29th Dec 2019
Thanks op. Ive been wanting to try a new toothpaste so will give this a shot. Seems to get good feedback.
Got mine delivered today
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I bought three and love this toothpaste before it expired but hopefully something might come up again soon
Edited by: "wackybeaver" 11th Jan
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