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Can anyone recommend a good prefer organic, must be fluoride free, xylitol toothpaste safe for kids?<br><br>
We don't use fluoride so how do we prevent cavaties?<br><br>
Anyone use periopaste or SilvaSolution SilvaFresh that could gove me reviews on them? Thanks
 

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This is not heavily researched, but we have used 3 different things with dd.<br><br>
1) plain xylitol. We did this when she was younger, we wuld just rub it in her mouth before bed<br><br>
2) NOW brand xyliwhite. It seems like it is all natural safe ingredients and it has a high xylitol content. It is sweet, but she would sometimes get red splotches on her face where the xyliwhite touched<br><br>
3) Earth's Best toddler toothpaste. This is what we use the most now. no red splotches or anything.
 

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i like Tom's of Maine no fluoride spearmint.
 

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We don't use fluoride so how do we prevent cavaties?<br><br>
Anyone use periopaste or SilvaSolution SilvaFresh that could gove me reviews on them? Thanks</div>
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We use Tom's, BUT it has carrafeenan in it and that does not thrill me. I'm not swallowing it(duh) so I guess it's not that big of a deal. Another I have tried is Organix South Neem toothpaste, I really like it, but can't always find it.<br><br>
To prevent cavaties, NO SUGAR!! Sugar alters the ratio of phosphorus and calcium. These two have a balance wtih each other. When the phosphorus falls, calcuim rises because it is being leached from the teeth and bones. Sugar rots your teeth from the inside, not out.
 
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