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Originally posted by osram
As scientifically stated on the above website it suggests that brushing your teeth with soap allows the teeth to reenemalize because the chemical "shield" which is given to teeth by regular toothpastes is actually the factor not allowing our teeth to regenerate.
I'm personally having very damaged teeth and I really dont want to know about the next bill from the dentist. Although i will have to go to France or Germany for this treatment. I cant afford the huge cost of a treatment in Switzerland.
So I'd really like to know if anyone really had positive, or lets say reenemalizing experiences with soap.
What do you think about it?
Originally posted by Lysergic
soap taste like butts
i use to get my mouth washed out a lot as a child.
whole time i am thinking this just makes me want to curse more damn nasty soap all up in my taste buds.
Originally posted by Shoktek
you might want to try a fluoride-free, all natural toothpaste...I have been using one for months, and my teeth are great. I don't think brushing with soap would really be anymore beneficial than using mouthwash after just brushing with water...
[edit on 1-11-2006 by Shoktek]