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  • Dental Advocate

    Please get all of your facts straight about fluoride before attempting to inform the non-dental professional consumer. Ilikemyteeth.org might be a good place to start.

    • Team Boka

      Thank you for reading and commenting. We believe fluoride is important, but since over-the-counter toothpaste isn’t an effective way to deliver it, we don’t include it in our toothpaste.

    • Team Boka

      Thank you for reading and commenting. We believe fluoride is important, but since over-the-counter toothpaste isn’t an effective way to deliver it, we don’t include it in our toothpaste.

      • Dental Advocate

        Again, peer-reviewed scientific research trumps “professional opinion” every time. Please do your research and site your sources when sharing such strong opinions about fluoride. The CDC (http://www.cdc.gov/fluoridation/faqs/index.htm#Other1) has some great facts and explanations like: “Both drinking water and toothpaste with fluoride provide important and complementary benefits. Fluoridated water keeps a low level of fluoride in saliva and dental plaque all day. The much higher concentration of fluoride in toothpaste offers additional benefit. Fluoride slows the activity of bacteria that cause decay and combines with enamel on the tooth surface to make it stronger and better able to resist decay. Together, the two sources offer more protection than using either one alone.”

  • Christine Mills

    Do you know how I got here for DR Palmers Twitter do you support him because I could never support a company that does?

    • Team Boka

      Hi Christine. Thank you for posting. We are not affiliated with Dr. Palmer.