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Use as a rinse!: Otc 3% hydrogen peroxide diluted: 1 part hydrogen peroxide to 2 parts water is safe to rinse twice daily after brushing consistently. This won't taste great, but it also good for gums health as well! hydrogen peroxide is the active ingredient in almost all whitening products. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Will using Listerine immediately after brushing my teeth with Rembrandt whitening toothpaste negate any of the whitening effects?
No, it shouldn't: Whitening toothpastes all work the same way in that they contain mild abrasive to help remove surface stains. They don't really whiten like oxidizing agents such as crest white strips or bleaching trays and gel that you can get from your dentist. ...Read more
I use to get canker sores before finding rembrandt for canker sore suffers. Rembrandt has discontinued. What do you advise to replace?
SLS free: Rembrandt brand toothpaste is free of sodium lauryl sulfate (sls), a detergent found in many toothpastes. Some people say their canker sores go away if they use sls free toothpaste. There are multiple brands of sls free toothpaste to use as an alternative if you are sensitive to sls. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I want to try rembrandts intense stain removal toothpaste. Could I use one in the morning and one at night and still get good results?
What is the best toothpaste for everyday use? What is the best toothpaste i can purchase for everyday use? I'd like something that is somewhat easy to find - i.E. Available at most drug stores or grocery stores....Reading the labels, they all claim to "be
Don't know: I do know that US products from Crest, Colgate, Arm & Hammer, Tom's, are made under rigorous US regulations. Elgydium is made in France, not subject to US regs. And as it has to be shipped here from overseas, those costs get added to the cost of the product. ...Read more
Baking soda,dirt too: Toothpaste without Fluoride has no active therapeutic ingredient. Without micro abrasives staining occurs. Other than taste, you can use baking soda, dirt from your back yard, a slurry of oreo cookies or brush with nothing at all. It doesn't matter what you use anyway as long as you don't harm yourself! in my office: good oral hygiene= floss =93% of home care ; toothbrush 6%; rinse 1%. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers