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User Reviews for Clinpro 5000

Clinpro 5000 has an average rating of 4.2 out of 10 from a total of 5 reviews on 40% of reviewers reported a positive experience, while 60% reported a negative experience.

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Prevention of Dental Caries  
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Duchess · Taken for 1 to 6 months · October 8, 2018

For Prevention of Dental Caries "Our dentist gave this to my 10 year-old daughter, and she began to use it. A week later, she developed a stomachache. We took her to the doctor, tried a bland diet, probiotics...everything we could. After a month of frustration and tears, it struck me that she'd been using this toothpaste. I did some research, and sure enough, she had all the symptoms of fluoride poisoning. We had her stop using it. It's taken some time, but she's recovered."

1 / 10
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Carolyn B. · Taken for 5 to 10 years · July 22, 2015

For Prevention of Dental Caries "I have had a perfect check up, for four years in a row, using Clinpro toothpaste. It has saved me alot of money, & improved my gums. I am very satisfied with this product. I would recommend everyone to invest in it. My Dentist is one of the top 500 Dentists in America, located in Fort Smith, Arkansas, who recommended me to start using this great product. I have all the faith in my Dentist. Just brush with Clinpro, floss daily, & have regular check ups, and I believe you will be happy as I am with this toothpaste. It has more fluoride & calcium than any toothpaste over the counter. I encourage everyone to try this toothpaste."

10 / 10
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Kathrina · Taken for 2 to 5 years · November 16, 2021

For Prevention of Dental Caries "A few years ago, my dentist and hygienist recommended 3M Clinpro 5000 for gum recession and weakened enamel, and charged $35 for a tube. Their directions: Each night before bed, brush with my regular toothpaste, floss, then brush again using a pea-sized amount of Clinpro, then spit but don’t rinse it from inside the mouth. They both believe that it's working, and I’ve had no ill or adverse effects. I visit my dentist every six months, which is how long it takes to use a tube of Clinpro. At my last appointment, however, Clinpro was not available. So for $35, I was provided Colgate’s PreviDent 5000 instead. Although I have not noticed much difference between the two pastes, I had a big problem with PreviDent’s container. Clinpro’s tube is easy to squeeze and cut open, but PreviDent’s container is rigid and nearly impossible to squeeze or cut. After reading previous reviews, I now realize that, at $35 a pop, my dentist has been ripping me off!"

8 / 10
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grove · Taken for 2 to 5 years · April 8, 2021

For Prevention of Dental Caries "I'm a long-term user of Clinpro. Recently, the tubing has become more difficult to use. I can no longer cope with the challenges it presents. I've cancelled out of future orders. They made a big mistake. Goodbye Clinpro. Grove"

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cricket · Taken for less than 1 month · October 5, 2018

For Prevention of Dental Caries "I tried clinpro 5000 given to me by my dentist, It helped my teeth but caused me to have all kinds of stomach problems. Please try hard not to swallow it as bloating and gas occurs immediately."

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