The bottle I recd has no expiration anywhere. It also has no packaging details like the date it was packaged or who packaged it and no tamper sticker or foil. The dental assistant pulled the bottle out of a cabinet that didn't even have a lock on it. I don't feel like this is safe or proper protocol. Am I right to feel this way?
Until people started doing nasty things to bottles on store shelves this is how it was done. If you trust your dentist there isn't a problem. If you have doubts that he would sneak something harmful into it, then I'd worry. I'd probably switch dentists too, if I had such little trust in him. He gave you something to use right away, you aren't going to have it laying around waiting to expire. How distrustful we've become. Its sad.
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