Do you recommend spry toothpaste with xylitol and fluoride?

Not yet. Spry toothpaste is not yet approved by the american dental association (ada) so i can't endorse it. The ada tests all the ingredients and attributes of products to make sure they are safe and effective for you and your family. Please use an ada approved Fluoride toothpaste 3 times per day.
Spry. Yes the use of xylitol is very effective in fighting decay, the bacteria that cause decay are unable to use this sugar as food. So they die, .
Yes. Any toothpaste with Fluoride is beneficial, xylitol is also good. Know that the toothpaste you use is always secondary to the actual brushing, so as long as the toothpaste has fluoride, it is sufficient.

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Is fluoride necessary in a toothpaste containing xylitol (emphasis here on controlling decay at margin crown edges)?

Helpful but... Both xylitol and Fluoride in tooth pastes are helpful in reducing tooth decay but in different ways. Are they "necessary"?, no. They may be helpful. The best way to prevent tooth decay and have healthy gums is to brush and floss properly after meals and snacks and minimize sticky, sugary, starchy foods that cling to your teeth by choosing healthier substitutes. Read more...
Fluoride . Fluoride has been shown to reduce decay. There are non Fluoride containing toothpastes that contain remineralizing agents ( mi paste available with and without fluoride, renew) which are available from your dentist. Xylitol does help to reduce the acids that cause decay, however, Fluoride or remineralizing pastes offer additional protection. Read more...
Fluoride is best. Fluoride is best for decay, xylitol is great-- 5 carbon, great for ph issues, best to check out your decay rate, you can have a ph saliva test or biofilm test with carifree system, or bana, many tests to see your risk. Read more...
Synergistic. They help to reduce tooth decay by different mechanisms. So i like toothpastes with both. Read more...

Does baby toothpaste with xylitol n no fluoride safe to swallow everyday? I brush her teeth everyday and she still cant rinse her mouth (20mos old).

Fluoride. ffluoride is essential to the health of your child's teeth. Decision as to what type of toothpaste to use should be discussed with a Pediatric Dental Specialist. This is just one of the many reasons that the American Dental Assn recommends 1st dental examination at 1st b'day. Whatever toothpaste you choose, remember to use only a pea-sized portion, not the big ribbon they show in advertisements. Read more...
Baby toothpaste. Use a thin smear of toothpaste or a dot the size of a grain of rice. After her third birthday, you can use a pea-size amount. If you already haven't done so, have her seen by a Pedodontist and follow his\her recommendations. Ask about Fluoride and Xylitol. I would also be more concerned about what foods and liquids to avoid that might contribute to decay than which type of baby toothpaste used. Read more...