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I have tried several toothpastes. The one that I found pleasing to me with great taste and cleaning my teeth throughly was Crest. It seemed to leave an after taste of freshness and clean.
I have tried Crest and several other brands but the one that made my teeth whiter with every brush was Arm&Hammer baking soda tooth paste. Thanks for the response
My favorite is one I used in Britain called Euthymol. It is an old fashioned one that comes in a metal tube. I love it. My mouth felt so clean and the flavor was so strong it lasted a long time.
I can't stand those wishy washy flavors that the toothpaste companies seem to be bringing out. I want to KNOW my teeth are clean.
In my opinion, any toothpaste that is fluoride-free will be a good one to use.
sensodyne whitening ... does a really good job. (the one that comes in a silver box not the golden one)... white and clean teeth (even for smokers) ... taste is not so good though but does it's job well.
I would say Colgate Total -- in the white, mint flavor. They have been making toothpaste for some time now, so they must know what they are doing. Some of the other newer toothpastes make my teeth feel sensitive -- so I'm sticking with Colgate Total. --courtlneygdtm
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