Dear Dr. Ellie:
Hi, just like to tell you I tried oral b fluoride rinse-fluorinse (Canada). I received ACT today and tried it. You are right it has this clingy feel, fluorinse does not-both have 0.05% sodium fluoride. Those who are using substitutes I would say the inactive ingredients are just as important as the active ingredients. Better to go with ACT.
I say over and over that you cannot just look at active ingredients it is sometimes inactive ingredients and sometimes a combination of factors……I keep saying the same thing… over and over! I am so glad you agree with me!
I think you will enjoy my book Kiss Your Dentist Goodbye which will be available in stores January 1st 2010 it explains lots of these things.
Wishing you a Happy and Healthy Holiday!
26 Corporate Woods
Rochester, NY 14623
I'm guessing by the use of Oral B's fluorinse, and the mention of Canada, that D is from Canada.So am I. I have to wonder where D got ACT. I haven't ever seen it up here.
ACT:Online from international drugstore:http://international.drugstore.com/or:ebay (cheapest…)Do a search for anticavity floride rinseor: Zellies websiteCloSys: Same as above and also http://www.welmart.caXylitol candies (besides Zellies)- xylitolcanada. (Inexpensive)