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People Bonz ®

like the tooth cleaning dog biscuits, but for people
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They have these tooth cleaning biscuits for dogs. I want some, but I suspect the ingredients and flavor of said biscuits are perhaps not up my standard (who knows what they put in those things?). If they had a variety designed for human consumption, perhaps I’d consider it. After all, would you rather floss your teeth or eat a cookie?

The problem, as I see it, is that dogs have those canine-type teeth with a good amount of space between them, while we have all those molars all packed in together, perhaps preventing the tooth-preserving elements of the biscuits from reaching their destination. There’s got to be a way around this, short of removing every other tooth…

snarfyguy, Mar 03 2002

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       Back in elementary school, we were informed that carrots, apples, and suchlike crunchy foods have this advantage.
wiml, Mar 03 2002
  

       Sitz. Platz. Hier. Feiner Mensch.
entremanure, Mar 03 2002
  

       is farscape a new show, or an old forgotten 90's show?   

       anyway they have this in the form of gum, and the floride would make the cookies taste bad, much like the gum...
i-Mer, Mar 04 2002
  

       Love this idea! [+]
Spacecoyote, Oct 25 2007
  

       Ok.. add liquid based crystals to the Bonz® that remain intact until you bite into one and chew it.. then they will slide between your teeth like the husks in popcorn but dissolve like those listerine breath strips.
Jscotty, Oct 26 2007
  

       I get the cinnamon "Pelu -toothbrush gum" at health food stores for $6, a couple hundred count. Try it?
abadon, Nov 10 2007
  
      
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