Studies on Canker Sores and Toothpaste

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Studies on Canker Sores and Toothpaste
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Our toothpastes are beneficial to "canker sores" sufferers because it does not contain Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
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Clinical studies indicate that patients that use toothpastes that do not contain Sodium Lauryl Sulfate experienced a 60-70% reduction in the number of canker sores in their mouth. Theory suggests that toothpastes that contain sodium lauryl sulfate increase the likelihood of canker sores inside the mouth.

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