34 thoughts on “Dr. Sharp Natural Oral Care Review

  1. Margot C

    I don’t understand why you would want toothpaste without fluoride, what is the advantage?

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    1. Jhenberger Post author

      I will be honest, I wondered the same thing, which lead me to a little research. Here is what I learned – that fluoride is a natural occurring mineral in all water sources. Depending on your current fluoride intake, you can use a toothpaste without fluoride. Mainly this would apply to children under 2 (until they are able to spit something out, such as toothpaste), if there are allergies present and if your dentist and you determine this is the best course of action. I also learned that there are instances in which fluoride has been links to osteoporosis, thyroid problems, endocrine issues & some cancers. I also learned that fluoride is in the same family as chlorine, bromine and iodine.I get a ton of fluoride from my water intake so it allows me to try more natural products.

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  2. Cindy Peterson

    I had braces and no I did not like the actual braces, however I did like the final product.

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  3. Jill H

    yes, I had braces, did I like them, I was glad for what they did. They have come a long way since then to improve them.

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  4. Jessica Gengler

    Yes, I had braces and they really helped! Now two of my kids have braces. We are going broke! 🙂

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  5. wen budro

    I had braces as a teenager and hated them. Now that I’m older- I wish that I had taken better care of my teeth.

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  6. susan byrne

    I have braces for two years. I didn’t like them, but I like how my teeth look after them.

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  7. Serena Powell

    My mom couldn’t afford to get me braces when I was younger, though they would have been helpful since I have a dual bite.

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  8. stephanie baker

    My family has been blessed with straight teeth, my parents, my siblings & my husband & I have never needed braces. Luckily my daughter (just turned 2) is already obsessed with brushing her teeth, so I’m hopeful that we have passed on good teeth to her. Since I was pregnant for basically 2 years (I had 2 girls within 17 months), my teeth aren’t as strong as they used to be, but I am slowly building them back up.

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  9. Denise W

    I never wore them, but I actually wanted to! I thought they were cool. I just didn’t need them.

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