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Tartar Toothpaste

The ultimate in tooth protection
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Nothing protects teeth better than tartar. Once you get some tartar on you, nothing can get through it. It protects your teeth from germs and from scratches. Ideally, your entire tooth surface would be covered with this stuff.

The only problems are: (1) tartar itself contains germs, and (2) tartar is yellow.

But, instead of trying to get rid of tartar once you have it, the goal should be to bleach it and sterilize it. In this way, dentists can help you keep the protection without any risk to your dental health.

For those unlucky people who don't have tartar, I propose a toothpaste that is made of a mild solution of synthetic tartar (clean and sterile). This toothpaste, when applied every day for two months, will shield your teeth so well that you will still have a full set even if you live to be 120.

phundug, Aug 14 2003

non-synthetic tartar http://www.cyber-he...20Folder/tartar.jpg
[FarmerJohn, Oct 17 2004]


       You can dip your fish sticks in it too!
DeathNinja, Aug 14 2003

       or keep eating those Mc fillets - loads of it in them
wobbly, Aug 14 2003


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