I was away from home and experiencing an acid stomach. I decided I should probably have some antacids in my truck. I decided to stop at a drug store. It was one I’ve never been in before, so I had trouble finding the antacids. The big sign in aisle fourteen that said “Antacids” completely eluded me, so I had to ask. But in my wandering, I went through the dental care aisle and saw a brand of toothpaste I’ve never seen before. And it didn’t have sodium saccharine! Ehhxcellent.
The brand is called Natural Dentist. It has what I require in a toothpaste: it contains fluoride, and it has no saccharine. The flavor is peppermint, which I normally wouldn’t go for, but I really wanted to try this new brand. It actually tastes pretty good. It has sorbitol and xylitol, so it’s plenty sweet and foams nicely. “Foams nicely?” you ask? Some non-saccharine toothpastes don’t have enough foaming action and it feels like you’re brushing your teeth with flavored water. It’s quite unsatisfying. So it’s good that this Natural Dentist stuff foams.
I give Natural Dentist toothpaste a thumbs up. It will go in to my rotation along with Tom’s of Maine gel and Biotene. And my search for other toothpastes will continue.