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Is there any sugar-free toothpaste for sensitive teeth for diabetics?
Please include links or info about the brand, where I may purchase the toothpaste, etc... Thank you. Additional Details Please don't include sensodyne in your response. I've tried that toothpaste, and while it's good for sensitive teeth it is packed with sugar and does increase blood sugar levels.
I'm type 1 diabetic, I've never used a sugar free toothpaste, and I've never actually heard of that. Do you really think that the little amount of toothpaste you use on your toothbrush is going to affect your blood sugar??
I mean you don't even swallow your toothpaste when you think about it.
If your that preoccupied, I'm sure that you can ask your pharmacist if they have anything to recommend you. Or even talk about this to your dentist.
Hope this helps!!
There are many available. Go to your local heath food store or on line @ www.swansonsvitamins.com
I agree with Cammie, you shouldn't worry about the amount of sugar that's absorbed in your mouth when you wash your teeth, it's tiny.
The pea sized bit of toothpaste you use on a toothbrush, shouldn't effect your blood sugar.
sensodyne is available in any drug store
Did you ask your pharmasist?I think something like that takes a precripition?I'm deeply soory about his diabetes I have type 2 and it's hard, a friend of mine has type 1 with an insuline pump it a very difficult illness, I myself struggle everyday. also ask your dentist if you already didn't,
I would suggest u the neem sticks instead of the paste. u will have to bite (like a cow) and brush, it may seem odd but the results are good.
use powdered (pinch of) salt, and brush with ur index finger slowly and massaging the gums.