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... I've been using a Pur water filter for a few years. I believe it said on the package that it filters out flouride, but am not sure. ... (7 replies)
... Sorry, but most water filters do not filter out fluoride. ... (7 replies)
... Many water filters do filter out fluoride. I don't think it's intentional, I think it's more the nature of the filter. If filters out a lot of minerals, fluoride included. ... (7 replies)

... I use a non flouride toothpaste and toothpowder, have been for a long time. ... (64 replies)
... ( removed ) Water only has 1 part per million of fluoride, toothpaste has 1000 times the concentration, prescription toothpaste 5000 times. And adults have to ingest an entire tube before something goes wrong. Like every other vitamin or mineral in our diets, if you get too much of it, there are problems. Too much vitamin A gives you dry mouth and indigestion. Too... (7 replies)
... You could ask your dentist about remineralistion products like 'Toothmousse'. Switching to tap water will not make much difference, but using fluoride toothpaste will. Personally, I would get a second opinion, $250 sounds a bit strong to me, a poor old retired Brit. (7 replies)
... Hi PartlyCloudy, Interestingly, fluoride is a contaminant and a toxin to the sytem if ingested. If you read the label on your toothpaste tube, it will say something to the effect that you need to call the Poison Control Center if more than a peasized amount of toothpaste is ingested, yet people seem to think that drinking large amounts of it is perfectly all right. Fluoride... (7 replies)
... Are these areas by the gum line? A lot of people do have sensitivity when they have demineralization there. Sheesh, I forgot how much fees differ by location. $250 a piece or $250 for both teeth? Regardless, I'd get them done if that's what your dentist thinks is best. (7 replies)
... He said there is an area of decay. I asked him what this means and he said it is not a cavity yet, but this is how a cavity begins. I should have specifically asked if bonding is necessary - can I still avoid getting a cavity in that tooth without it, or will it inevitably decay further if the bonding isn't done. He talked like bonding was just a minor thing, just putting some... (7 replies)




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