What's Your Favorite Toothpaste?

Ansley Ansley
I have been using Crest with Scope Outlast. It's incredibly strong and makes foods taste really weird if I brush too close to a meal time. Like say, I want to eat lunch at noon, I'd have to brush my teeth at 8 AM, but I won't wake up until 10 AM. (Not always the case but the general time span is about the same between when I wake up and when I eat).

It's just really, really strong and I'm kind of over it. So, what's your favorite brand and formula of toothpaste and does it affect how your foods taste after you've brushed?
05/15/2012
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Antipova Antipova
I like Sensodyne Pronamel (in MintEssence) because it has lots of fluoride (and my enamel is super wimpy because I grew up on well water (well, and genetics. But fluoride would have helped) and also isn't whitening. I can eat like 45 minutes after brushing without it having a weird taste.

It tastes nice and light.
05/15/2012
Love Obsessed Love Obsessed
I use Colgate regular formula it has a weird taste if you eat fifteen minutes afterward but it doesn't lasted too long.
05/15/2012
Waterlily Waterlily
Aquafresh whitening - the one that foams up once you start brushing! The best flavor, so minty and fresh. I wouldn't recommend eating anything citrus right afterwards, but the minty taste subsides quickly.
05/15/2012
ejrbrndps ejrbrndps
crest pro health
05/15/2012
M.O.'s Girl M.O.'s Girl
Burt's Bees Multicare, mint flavor is what we use. It makes food (and coffee or tea) taste weird if you eat or drink right after brushing, but this doesn't last too terribly long.
05/15/2012
VelvetDragon VelvetDragon
Whenever I can, I use prescription toothpaste with extra fluoride called Fluoridex. It really helps with sensitivity. However, it doesn't taste good to me -- fakey sweet and strongly mint.

Otherwise I use Tom's of Maine (usually Maximum Strength Sensitivity). It is my favorite flavor wise, because they don't add tons of sweeteners like most other toothpastes do. Other toothpastes taste cloying to me. Also, Tom's of Maine has non-mint flavors if you're totally over mint, including ginger and fruit flavors, all not-too-sweet! (And non-mint flavors don't make food taste nasty.)
05/15/2012
ghent529 ghent529
crest pro health
05/15/2012
Melan!e Melan!e
I use Arm and hammer sensitive. Its minty but not overpowering. I like it. It takes away some of my sensitivity too.
05/15/2012
ghalik ghalik
Tom's of Maine cinnamon clove or spearmint
05/15/2012
Rossie Rossie
I use Colgate Total Whitening gel, I love it as long as I stay away from fruits the next two hours, I cannot taste the fruits' flavors properly.
05/15/2012
wetone123 wetone123
I've been using Crest pro health. A friend told me Colgate total is her fav. Maybe I'll try it.
05/15/2012
VioletMoonstone VioletMoonstone
I love Aquafresh. It's the kind of toothpaste I used as a kid at grandma's house so it's very nostalgic to me. I also like the sparkly blue toothpaste for kids from Crest. I used to get little tubes of it from the dentist after he cleaned my teeth when I was young. I thought it tasted like candy. lol.
05/15/2012
Sammi Sammi
I like Close-Up - I love the cinnamon taste. Crest used to make an orange flavored one a while back that was pretty good too.
05/15/2012
Zombirella Zombirella
I like cinnamon flavored gels. The stuff I use the most is Sensodyne though because I have sensitivities and it really does help.
05/16/2012
GONE! GONE!
Quote:
Originally posted by VelvetDragon
Whenever I can, I use prescription toothpaste with extra fluoride called Fluoridex. It really helps with sensitivity. However, it doesn't taste good to me -- fakey sweet and strongly mint.

Otherwise I use Tom's of Maine (usually ... More
I love Tom's too.
05/16/2012
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