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3M Clinpro 5000 Anti-Cavity Toothpaste $10.98 or $10.48 with S&S

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[Amazon.ca] 3M Clinpro 5000 Anti-Cavity Toothpaste $10.98 or $10.48 with S&S

It's back on sale, good Anti-Cavity toothpaste.
Link: https://www.amazon.ca/Clinpro-Anti-Cavi ... B072M63LC8

Same price on walmart as well: https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/clinpro-50 ... 0196051747
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Never heard of this before, but it's made by 3M so it should stick well after it dries.

Even the name suggests it, Clin(gs)pro.
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Is this actually worth it? Being double the cost of normal toothpaste?
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Nope. Contains fluoride.
Don't drink the tap water
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Chris9446 wrote: Is this actually worth it? Being double the cost of normal toothpaste?
I don't use it on regular basis, i use it once or twice a week since it contains high concentration of fluoride, so it should last a while for me.
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Didn't know 3M made toothpaste.
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Ooh, my teeth have been super sensitive lately and nothing has been helping. Maybe the need the extra fluoride. Thanks OP
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Dealliker314159 wrote: Gonna hurt your body?
Gonna hurt your body like RFID waves, 5G, and the covid vaccine.
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Perhaps I'm mistaken but isn't too much fluoride not good for you? I thought the major toothpaste brands have it right according to how often we're suppose to brush our teeth?

OP: I thought your comment about using it once or twice a week was rather funny. Wouldn't you achieve the same if you consistently used another fluoride brand?

Paying $10 for a small tube of toothpaste seems excessive... Plus it's from a company not known for toothpaste.
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Fluoride is free in tap water, I'll never pay for extra!
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I use colgate prevident, same 1.1% , pretty much just has extra fluoride. no cavities since, and even some cavities that doc said we'll look at next time before i went on prevident, gone. he's like what are you using you. he seemed disapointed that he didn't get to fix a cavity.

i also went on a fluoride free phase, and guess what, cavities every visit.

processed foods will kill you before fluoride even harms you. every place that went fluoride free went right back to it after the dental health disaster. people eat too many processed foods not to use fluoride.
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Chince wrote: Fluoride is free in tap water, I'll never pay for extra!
Funny you mention that... There's a lot less fluoride in Metro Vancouver tap water than GTA tap water, for example.
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Britex wrote: Perhaps I'm mistaken but isn't too much fluoride not good for you? I thought the major toothpaste brands have it right according to how often we're suppose to brush our teeth?
Flouride is bad to ingest (in high concentrations), so if you're one to swallow your toothpaste instead of spit then it can be a problem, otherwise you're fine.

Most other toothpaste brands have products that use this amount of flouride too. It's only after a certain percent (maybe 3?) that you need a dental license or something to buy it.
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fakishan wrote: I use colgate prevident, same 1.1% , pretty much just has extra fluoride. no cavities since, and even some cavities that doc said we'll look at next time before i went on prevident, gone. he's like what are you using you. he seemed disapointed that he didn't get to fix a cavity.

i also went on a fluoride free phase, and guess what, cavities every visit.

processed foods will kill you before fluoride even harms you. every place that went fluoride free went right back to it after the dental health disaster. people eat too many processed foods not to use fluoride.
I use prevident too. Not sure if this deal is cheaper but I don't really like the liquid format of my prevident.

I don't use it everyday but may hygienist recommended it to build up the enamel if you're using whitening strips. No idea if that's true but I took the advice.

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Britex wrote: Perhaps I'm mistaken but isn't too much fluoride not good for you? I thought the major toothpaste brands have it right according to how often we're suppose to brush our teeth?

OP: I thought your comment about using it once or twice a week was rather funny. Wouldn't you achieve the same if you consistently used another fluoride brand?

Paying $10 for a small tube of toothpaste seems excessive... Plus it's from a company not known for toothpaste.
You're assuming OP is not using fluoride toothpaste consistently.
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wakuwaku wrote: Flouride is bad to ingest (in high concentrations), so if you're one to swallow your toothpaste instead of spit then it can be a problem, otherwise you're fine.

Most other toothpaste brands have products that use this amount of flouride too. It's only after a certain percent (maybe 3?) that you need a dental license or something to buy it.
That is incorrect. Most normal brands of toothpaste do not contain this amount of fluoride. Colgate is 0.243% NaF, Crest is 0.32% NaF. This is 1.1% NaF. It is 3.5 to 4.5 times the amount of fluoride in normal toothpaste. It is not harmful at all if you don’t swallow it.
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I use Colgate prevident as well. Anyone knows if this would be better in anyway? Fluoride amount seems to be the same in both.

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