posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 06:37 PM
reply to post by bhornbuckle75
Yes, I mentioned that to another poster as well, you can use straight dry bicarb, does the same thing, I'm just a stickler for the paste effect. I
like having a paste to brush my teeth with
Why did they make her use normal toothpaste? What would be the problem with her normal way of brushing her teeth how she did it her whole life?
Sometimes nursing homes make me fume. It's bad enough that the elderly have to go and live there, but to change the way they live their lives on top
of it is just too much. They are there to take care of them, only, as for the rest of it, leave them alone and let them live out the last days of
their lives in peace they way they like it. People don't respect the elderly anymore, you know?
Thanks for replying and telling us your gran's experience with bicarb, this should help everybody who still might feel skittish about using
bicarb, many people think it's too rough on the teeth and will remove the enamel, when it's quite the opposite. If you remove the fluoride layer,
the enamel has a chance of growing back by itself