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What toothpaste brand does not burn your mouth while brushing?

I've been using the same brand for years but I've had it with the burning sensation. They also advertise that their brand get your teeth white after some period but it doesn't work. I don't have yellow teeth but I'm starting to get some yellow spots 'cause I drink coffee at work and I'm concerned about it. What brands or practice would you recommend?

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Sensodyne gentle whitening...doesn't burn at all.

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Will try that one, thx.
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A kids onee maybe. I thought wen it burns its killing germs

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I've tried one because I got it in a supermarket for free and I used it for like 2 weeks but I felt weird 'cause I'm not a child, but I'd prefer to use one of those instead of those ones that burn as if they were hot peppers. It might burn when it kill germs but I'm fed up with that sensation.
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Colgate 3D.

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Haven't tried that one yet but that's the brand that I've been using for the last 10 years and I'm sick of it. In fact I find that some of their types don't work at all. And they burn like hell.
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Wait a minute, I have tried that one already. But I've decided to change that brand for another with better quality. I know there are other options on the market even if they are more expensive I've decided to go with any other brand. I'm just trying to find out which one.
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To me, it stings just a wee little bit. Or maybe it's Crest 3D..
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The baking soda hurts my teeth, and so you should go with Colgate.

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No thanks, Colgate has disappointed me. It burns like nothing else even whiskey burns less than colgate. Colgate definitely not.
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A natural toothpaste such as Tom's of Maine doesn't hace ingredients that burn at ALL and are still very effective.

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Will try that one, thx a lot. I like the name it sounds like one of those organic brands.
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it is.. it doesn't taste as "good" as other brands because they keep the artificial sweeteners out... so tge flavor is a little bland.
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Cool.
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Chilin, I wonder if you are not allergic to peppermint?
Light is used by dentists to whiten teeth.

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I don't think so. I eat pepper all the time and I also have healthy gums. Really I didn't know that I'll ask my dentist for that , thank you sumpthinsup.
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In that case you may want to try some of the natural toothpastes.
Tom's of Maine used to be one of my faves, but they have Sodium Lauryl Sulfate in it. And that is one chemical it is best to avoid.
So now I use a Jason toothpaste but it is pretty strong on the peppermint taste so I doubt you would like it.
Nature's Gate Natural Toothpaste, Creme De Mint Flouride Free is nice and is not too strong.
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Thank you very much for your advise sumpthinsup, I appreciate it. just for the record is the burning sensation in my tongue what I don't tolerate anymore not because I can't but because I don't want to haha, thank you, greetings.
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Do you have Geographic tongue?
I do. I use a colloidal silver spray and it stops the pain instantly!
I carry it in my purse in case a walnut or pineapple piece decides to trigger an attack.
Geo tongue is a sign one is not absorbing the B vitamins, folic acid or zinc. Usually a small intestine disorder.
Use autoimmune therapy.
Zinc, betaine HCI, pancreatic enzymes before meanls, B-Complex, and as always a good vitamin and mineral supplementation.
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I don't even know what that means, I don't have problems with food thank God it 's only the colgate product that gives me the hard time. I'll just swicth toothpaste, thanks for clearing it up.
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*switch
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I had heard that 'they' were intending to raise the fluoride levels in toothpaste by 1,000%. That could be what you are reacting to also.
Hope you find one that works well for you.
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Pronamel. Does not burn

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I'll keep that in mind, thanks.
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sensodyne

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