Why SQUIGLE Is So Good For
Canker Sore Sufferers
SQUIGLE has 36% by weight of Xylitol – far more than any other toothpaste in the world – to profoundly inhibit the growth of plaque. Plaque is an irritant that triggers canker sores. The more Xylitol in your toothpaste, the less plaque buildup in your mouth. A leading canker sore toothpaste has 10% Xylitol. You'd think SQUIGLE would be more expensive, since Xylitol is very expensive – but it's not! SQUIGLE Toothpastes are consumer friendly.
Some SLS-free toothpastes have little or no Xylitol. Such toothpastes can only remove plaque while you brush. But they do nothing to inhibit the growth of plaque and plaque acids between brushings, the way Xylitol does. If you are using a toothpaste with little or no Xylitol, now you know why it may not be preventing canker sores as well as you had hoped.
SQUIGLE is free of SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate). But eliminating SLS is just the first step – there are numerous canker sore triggers which need to be removed from your toothpaste (see Protect Your Mouth: Avoid Harsh, Irritating Toothpaste Ingredients). Canker sore sufferers need a toothpaste with the mildest possilble flavors, detergents, etc. SQUIGLE's patented foaming system is the ONLY one mild enough to be used in artificial tears; whereas all other canker sore toothpastes have detergents such as sodium lauroyl sarcosinate (Gardol) and sodium methylcocoyl taurate (Tauranol) which, though less irritating than SLS, are still considerably more irritating than SQUIGLE's patented detergent system.
SQUIGLE tastes great – you'll love using it. Other SLS-free toothpastes taste weird or don't foam at all.
Canker sore sufferers benefit more from SQUIGLE than from any other canker sore toothpaste. SQUIGLE prevents tooth decay, gum disease, and bad breath better than your regular toothpaste. And it can be used by people with ongoing canker sores and mouth ulcers, because it doesn't cause further pain.
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