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Kingfisher 100ml Fluoride Free Fennel Toothpaste, Pack of 3

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In our list of recommended options, we have included truly non-mint toothpastes that do not contain traces of mint (apart from the Colgate Kids Bubble Fruit option). When you rinse your mouth after brushing your teeth with Colgate, Aquafresh and even Sensodyne, it doesn’t matter how much you rinse, you can’t get rid of that toothpaste taste. It can linger for hours and it sometimes feels like you’ve cauterised the inside of your mouth. What I really like about Kingfisher toothpastes is that they contain no artificial colourings, flavourings, sweeteners or preservatives, and they use real fennel. If you’re someone that loves the taste of fennel and aniseed, you’ll probably adore the taste of the toothpaste. When I tried this toothpaste is is a savoury spicy flavour, similar to licorice. This strong flavour won’t be to everyone’s taste, and it leaves an after taste too. It is a toothpaste that adults may like, but children are unlikely to enjoy it. Do read the instructions that come with this dental crème as it is not the same as using a regular toothpaste.

As with the list above, the recommendations in the table below cover various countries. Availability may vary depending on your location. Brand As a dentist I do recommend choosing a toothpaste with fluoride in it, but have included some non-fluoride options below.GC make lots of different dental products and materials. Tooth Mousse is one of those available to the general public, however leaflets and GC recommend you should talk to a dental professional before using this product. The recommendations in the table below cover various countries. As such, some may be harder than others to source depending on your location. The next time you see it in the shop, and you’ve been interested in a natural toothpaste, I certainly recommend trying it. Tooth decay I have included it as an option in case it is a flavour you are very interested in, but it may be expensive because it will likely be shipped from the USA or UK. It is designed to be used in addition to regular toothpaste to help manage sensitivity. Ideally you brush with toothpaste and then apply the crème with your finger and an interdental brush to get between the teeth.

I reached out to the manufacturers of the toothpastes below to confirm that they do not have mint oils or aromas. A non-mint fluoride free toothpaste that contains no fluoride and which does contain an alternative remineralising agent. Calcium phosphates (such as hydroxyapatite) help re-harden the tooth surface in a similar way to fluoride. These ingredients are newer than fluoride and are still undergoing long term studies, but are showing a lot of promise. They are normally more expensive than fluoride, but there is lots of evidence supporting their effectiveness. I’ve rounded up a whole list of non-mint toothpastes below, and you can see which ones don’t contain fluoride below. Some popular options include: To still get the anti-cavity benefits of your mint free toothpaste, make sure it still has fluoride in its list of ingredients. Kingfisher make a number of non mint toothpastes, but this fennel flavoured one is the only one containing fluoride.As a dentist, I don’t normally recommend fluoride free toothpaste, as you miss out on the known anti-cavity properties of fluoride, but I do respect that some people may still wish to avoid toothpastes containing fluoride. In our list of recommended options, we have included truly non-mint toothpastes that do not contain traces of mint (apart from the high-street recommendation, Colgate Kids Mild Fruit). We are aware that some toothpaste is labelled as ‘non-mint’, but does still contain mint alongside the main flavour that is listed. In this situation, mint is not always listed in the ingredients.

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