If you have ever been prescribed toothpaste such as PreviDent 5000, you might have wondered how they work and whether there are any non-fluoride alternatives. The good news is there are, and they are extremely safe to use. In today’s episode, Dr. B shed light on hydroxyapatite toothpaste and why they are such great replacements for their conventional counterparts. We also get some product recommendations from Dr. B along with advice on how to use these kinds of toothpaste to ensure maximum efficacy. Tune in to hear it all!
Key Points From This Episode:
Dr. B’s take on PreviDent 5000 and similar productsWhy products like PreviDent 5000 are only available via prescriptionThe different forms that fluoride typically takesWhat studies have shown about a 10% concentration of hydroxyapatite and the benefits it offersWhy Dr. B is so excited about hydroxyapatiteWarnings around boutique toothpaste that claim to contain hydroxyapatiteHow to use the toothpaste, Boka, Dr. B recommends
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