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  bosca09  |  4

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  yamatelle  |  19

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  MrSassypants  |  31

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  Jennyboo5797  |  4

So, probably extra expensive tooth paste with bits of dead endangered sea life. That's the worst idea since that cologne with real bits of panther from the anchorman movie ;D

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  genesisnirvana  |  11

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  okiidokii_fml  |  6

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  1911_Angel  |  0

Harsh abrasives are not good for the tooth enamel. Also toothpaste should contain fluoride. Using a soft toothbrush and brushing after meals and at bedtime, along with flossing daily is the best way to prevent tooth decay.

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  NHLbound22  |  8

while that Is true, natural abrasives ar still healthier than acidic drinks such as orange juice or soda as natural abrasives break down much easier than artificial ones

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  ChibiChibi_fml  |  22

Coral Paste contains Fluoride so they are covered there. My best guess is that the OP needs to convince her mom to get the fine and not coarse because other than that I really don't see the issue with using Coral paste.

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  buff7  |  1

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  TheNewGuy03  |  26

So, 164, dipshits are allowed to run off at the mouth every which way about things that they have no clue about, and the knowledgeable people have to shut the fuck up? My, the world is changing...

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