I\’ve been using Spry toothpaste with both xylitol and flouride, mainly because the taste of Crest and the effect it has on my mouth are both harsh and unpleasant. Same problems with Listerine, which has to be the vilest smelling personal care product ever. I literally have to open the bathroom window to air the room after using it. (This is not an exaggeration.) So, I’ve tried Tom’s of Maine fluoride rinse with no problems. Are either of these products compatible with your objectives?
I am familiar with most of the products in the US oral care marketplace – especially the ones you mention.
My objective with my work is to help people with dental problems.
My system can do that by stopping dental disease ( teeth and gums)
It can protect teeth and gums from future problems and even reverse issues and infections that may already have caused damage.
There is no other “over the counter” product that I know can do all of this.
It has taken me over 30 years of clinical work with patients to determine the exact regimen that will work – the regimen is exact and involves the exact products I mention on my websites.
On the other hand, if you are using the products that you prefer, and are enjoying wonderful oral health – then keep using them!!
I do not make any money from recommending the products that I recommend.
You can go to the grocery store and use the items that I suggest – and I will never know, and certainly never benefit from these sales!
I do what I do and recommend the system that I recommend, because I am a doctor.
As a doctor I took an oath to share any information I discovered that could heal people.
I found this particular system of health care.
I take this oath very seriously.
I am not here to argue about tastes, smells or discredit other products.
I do not recommend xylitol paste or the rinses that you mention for a number of reasons.
Spry nasal spray is great, and Spry mints and gum are fine also. It is the toothpaste and rinse that I do not like.
Thanks so much for your interest and for writing to me,
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