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Dr. Kyle Stanley

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  1. Wonder why it was not mentioned that chlorhexidine mouth rinse causes your teeth to become yellow which the dentists will, then recommend to get whitened!
    HMmmmm!!

    • I can see why people might want to use the oil. it is much less expensive than paying for a dental visit and buying prescription mouthwashes. It is a shame that medical healthcare does not cover dentistry, as it is a very important part keeping ourselves healthy

      • Oil pulling is a more natural route for treating halitosis and other oral issues and is a great method to try for those who wish to forego the pharmaceutical route.