The Natural Dentist Healthy Teeth & Gums Review

The Natural Dentist Healthy Teeth & Gums

The Natural Dentist Healthy Teeth & Gums
7.2

Teeth Cleaning

9.5/10

Health Rate

4.8/10

Pros

  • No Artificial Flavors or Colors
  • No Sodium Lauryl Sulfate

Cons

  • contains xanthan gum
  • contains hydrated silica
  • contains sodium cocoyl glycinate
  • Contains Fluoride
  • Contains Sorbitol

While many people are becoming more health-conscious and turning to natural products, they need to bear in mind that many companies claiming that their products are natural do not always use safe ingredients. In fact, when a company claims that they use natural ingredients, it is crucial to check the product label that does not mean everything they use is natural. At the same time, many companies that attempt to use natural ingredients do not always ensure that what they use is safe, nor do they have to use plants or herbal ingredients that are pesticide-free. When it comes to The Natural Dentist Healthy Teeth & Gums, they do get a few things right; however, they do get many things wrong as well.The Natural Dentist Healthy Teeth & Gums
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The Natural Dentist Toothpaste Ingredients

Peppermint oil is a much better ingredient to use than synthetic mint flavoring. Natural peppermint oil not only tastes better than artificial flavoring, but it also has numerous beneficial properties, such as aiding digestion and helping in pain relief and headaches. Sage oil has disinfectant, and antiseptic properties. However, The Natural Dentist fails to state on their label whether these are natural oils derived from the plants or a synthetic chemical compound that mimics the flavor, yet offers none of the physical benefits. Therefore, the inclusion of these oils is questionable at best.

Hydrated silica is an abrasive compound derived from silicon. While silicon is a natural occurrence in minerals and gemstones, especially opals, that does not mean it is a beneficial compound. In toothpaste, hydrated silica comes from the diatomaceous earth, which is not harmful in and of itself. However, due to its abrasive nature, it not only removes plaque but can scratch the surface of the tooth, which weakens it over time. Xylitol and sorbitol are sweeteners; while they do occur in fruits and vegetables. However, it is their synthetic form that is used in many health products. Xylitol has been found to cause ear infections in children.

Cellulose gum is a very cheap, chemical-laden ingredient used to increase the volume of products. As it is obtained from wood pulp, it offers nothing beneficial. It cannot be digested by people and is treated with an acetic acid. Treated cellulose gum can cause gas and cramping. Titanium dioxide is indeed a naturally occurring mineral; yet, it is not beneficial in any way. In fact, the side effects of titanium dioxide include trouble breathing, itchiness, and swelling.

Xanthan Gum is a combination of fermented sugars and bacteria; so it is not a synthetic ingredient. However, it is not safe for people with diabetics, nor pregnant women. It can also cause nausea, constipation, and appendicitis. The remaining botanical extracts are not noteworthy, as only trace amounts can be found in the product. Had more of these ingredients, which include aloe vera, grapefruit, and echinacea, been in larger quantities, their beneficial properties would have made an impact and difference.

Flavorings and citric acid are the last ingredients on the list, but flavors and citric acid cannot be trusted. It is not specified whether the flavoring agents are natural or artificial nor does it list where these flavoring agents were derived. Citric acid can be derived from citrus fruit; however, as there is no specification as to whether it is natural or synthetic, there is no way of knowing where it came. The Natural Dentist does not lie about their product being natural, for the most part. Still, there are far too many questionable and inconsequential ingredients for that to make an impact.

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