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What happened to Pearl Drops Toothpolish?

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Pearl Drops Toothpolish is still available, as of February 2015, although it is no longer produced in some markets. It also comes as a toothpaste, and both products can be used to help whiten teeth. According to the company, all Pearl Drops products have "advanced cleaning systems that work safely and gently to remove stains."

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Pearl Drops contains abrasive substances in order to remove surface discoloration. The Pearl Drops products contain dicalcium phosphate and calcium carbonate, which do not wear away enamel, according to the company. The toothpolish can be used daily and has shown results in as little as 3 weeks. This varies by individual.

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