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Advantagesrange of flavours and cheap

Disadvantagesnone that I have found

...Sainsburys childrens toothpaste is excellent value for money. It comes in a range of different flavours. The strawberry flavoured one was a particular favorite of my daughter's when she was a baby. She loved the taste of it which meant that brushing her teeth was quite easy when she was small. She has now graduated on to the childrens mint flavoured one without much complaint. These tooth pastes...

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Advantagesrecommended fluoride content, cheap, peppa pig branded, not mint which my son dislikes

Disadvantagescan be expensive depending on the shop

...scream uncontrollably whenever I try to trick him into using it. Even when we used milk teeth toothpaste specifically designed for small children, he still hates it and complains that its "ouchy" which is a generic term for uncomfortable in even the slightest capacity. Other examples of things being ouchy are when his sock isn't on properly and it bunches at the toes, when his food is too hot or indeed...

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“Phat toothpaste!”

published 16/04/2012


DisadvantagesPrescription only

...soft. The only treatment he was willing to offer me right now was this toothpaste which is a prescription only toothpaste (I am exempt from paying prescription charges luckily due to a thyroid problem) and he took a cast of my teeth to get a gum shield for me to wear at night. The idea is to try the toothpaste on its own, then in conjunction with the gumshield and if my teeth still gave me jip then...

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