Re: [DrClark] Re: Brushing Our Teeth With Soap
- Dr. Clarks store has a tooth powder that is made from baking soda. I wonder if it could affect the enamel over time?
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Sent: Sunday, October 30, 2011 10:07 PM
Subject: [DrClark] Re: Brushing Our Teeth With Soap
Hi, Arthur! Thanks for the info! I've considered adding some calcium to my tooth-brushing regimen, but my understanding is that by using pure, glycerin-free products for brushing, our teeth should be able to re-enamelize on their own. Is that incorrect? Does calcium help speed up the process? And if so, is coral calcium the best kind to use for that?
Thanks again! :D
--- In DrClark@yahoogroups.com, Arthur Doerksen <arthur7@...> wrote:
> I use organic rosemary herb Castile soap from www.VermontSoap.com to brush my teeth every day, and it tastes good and works well. I usually dampen the brush, rub it on the bar of soap, then dip it lightly in the superfine coral calcium powder from www.SaferSoaps.com before brushing. Seems to work well, and I believe the calcium may be partially available to remineralize the clean tooth enamel surface. I used to use Tooth Soap from "Victoria", but it was very costly and I did not like the taste. This approach is very cheap. The Vermont Soap bars test as pure on the syncrometer as well.
> God bless you!
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