Bestselling Oral Hygiene & Preventive Care in 2021
OraVet Dental Hygiene Chews for Small Dogs 10-24lbs 30 count
- DENTAL CHEWS FOR COMPLETE DOG ORAL HEALTH: OraVet Dental Hygiene Chew should be given as directed by your veterinarian as part of your dog's complete preventive oral health care regimen
- FRESH BREATH FOR YOUR DOG: Always monitor your dog until the Oravet chew is fully consumed. Chews are intended for dogs six months of age and older. OraVet contains ingredients that include Chloraphyl, parsley flakes and alfalfa that may cause changes to you dogs stools
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Branam Oral Health Xylitol Tooth Gel for Babies and Toddlers Go Go Grape, 4 Ounce
- No Fluoride
- All Natural
- Safe to Swallow
Gel-Kam Fluoride Preventive Treatment Gel Mint Flavor 4.30 oz
- Gel-Kam Fluoride
- Treatment Gel
- painful sensitivity
- the teeth to cold
Dr. Brown's Tooth and Gum Wipes, 30 Count, 3-Pack
- Made with all-natural, plant-based Xylitol, which discourages harmful bacteria that can lead to tooth decay
- Fluoride free - safe to swallow
- Creates a healthy oral environment for emerging teeth
- Gently cleans baby's gums and teeth
- Includes 3 packs of 30 Wipes
- Free from alcohol and parabens
- All-Natural, plant-based xylitol
- Discourages harmful bacteria that can lead to tooth decay
- Fluoride and paraben-free; safe to swallow
StellaLife VEGA Oral Gel: Dry Sockets, Dry Mouth, Teeth Extraction, Gum Surgery, Ulcers, Braces, Dentures & Cold Sores, Mucositis, Lesions & Lichen Planus Advanced Natural Dental Pain Relief
Oral-B Professional Care Oxyjet+ 3000 Rechargeable Toothbrush and Irrigator (AC 100V-240V Freevolt) - International Version
Cure Tooth Decay: Heal And Prevent Cavities With Nutrition - Limit And Avoid Dental Surgery and Fluoride [Second Edition] 5 Stars
Sensodyne Repair and Protect Whitening Toothpaste 75 Ml Pack of 3
- with fluoride
- Daily repair toothpaste
- Clinically proven relief and dailyprotection for sensitive teeth
- Sensodyne Repair and Protect Whitening continuously repairs, strengthens and protects your teeth, whilst restoring them to their natural whiteness
- Attention! Instruction in Russian or Ukrainian language.
Oravet Merial Dental Hygiene Chew for Small Dogs (10-24 lbs), Dental Treats for Dogs, 14 Count
- DENTAL TREATS FOR DOGS: Oravet dental treats for dogs is a dog dental chew that prevents bacterial attachment.
- DOG DENTAL TREATS THAT REDUCE PLAQUE: Oravet dental hygeine chews for dogs reduce plaque, calculus and halitosis at the source. OraVet Dental Hygiene Chews also break down existing plaque and then effectively remove plaque and calculus through mechanical action.
- DOG TEETH CLEANING TREATS: Each Oravet dental chew releases delmopinol HIC, an ingredient that coats the teeth, tongue and gingiva to create a protective barrier against the bacteria that cause bad breath and are the basis for plaque.
- DENTAL CHEWS FOR COMPLETE DOG ORAL HEALTH: OraVet Dental Hygiene Chew should be given as directed by your veterinarian as part of your dog's complete preventive oral health care regimen.
- FRESH BREATH FOR YOUR DOG: Always monitor your dog until the Oravet chew is fully consumed. Chews are intended for dogs six months of age and older. OraVet contains ingredients that include Chloraphyl, parsley flakes and alfalfa that may cause changes to you dogs stools.
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Colgate Total Plus Whitening Anticavity Fluoride and Antigingivitis Paste Toothpaste, 6 oz
- Colgate Total Plus Whitening Anticavity Fluoride and Antigingivitis Paste Toothpaste, 6 oz
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Branam Oral Health Xylitol Toothpaste for Kids Yum Yum Bubblegum, 4.2 Ounce
- CLINICALLY TESTED: University clinical studies confirmed that Dr. Branam's Xylitol Toothpaste reduced the bacteria that causes decay by 62% on children tested. It has the necessary 30% Xylitol content to be therapeutically effective and is recommended by dentists, pediatricians, and pharmacists.
- NATURAL CAVITY FIGHTER: Xylitol is an all natural ingredient that is clinically proven to help reduce bacteria and fight tooth decay. Approved by the FDA in 1963 as a natural alternative to sugar, xylitol is a white crystalline powder that is odorless with a pleasant sweet taste.
- DR. BRANAM DDS: The accumulated knowledge and experience gained in Dr. Branam's practice and his passion for prevention was the driving force behind the creation of the Branam range of natural oral care products, and a company dedicated to providing parents with trusted resources to combat tooth decay.
- DIRECTIONS FOR USE: For children 4 years and older. With regular brushing cleans teeth and removes plaque. Teach your children to brush their teeth after each meal or at least twice per day. We recommend that you supervise your children until they are capable of using this product effective.
- PRODUCT SECIFICATIONS: Package contains (1) Branam Oral Health Xylitol Toothpaste for Kids in Yum Yum Bubblegum, 4.2 Ounce. No Fluoride. No SLS. Safe to swallow. Made in the USA. Ingredients: purified water, xylitol, silica, cellulose gum, flavor, sodium citrate, betain, stevia, citric acid, diatomite.
The Vatican's Driving Commandments: A Lapsed Catholic's Thoughts
A political and social review of the recent Vatican Guidelines for Pastoral Care of the Road, with pros, cons, law enforcement, and church priorities considered.
The Vatican, through its Holy See Press Office and the Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People, recently issued the formal "Guidelines for the Pastoral Care of the Road." The road users section of the four-part document ask us to consider charity, abstinence, prayer, and other good deeds while we also continue to follow common driver safety rules, like slowing down at yellow lights and yielding to pedestrians in crosswalks.
Participating in the Vatican press conference were Cardinal Renato Raffaele Martino and Archbishop Agostino Marchetto, president and secretary of the pontifical council. The document - published in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian - is divided into four sections: the pastoral care of road users, pastoral ministry for the liberation of street women, the pastoral care of street children, and the pastoral care of the homeless. (Visit the official Vatican web, as referenced in supporting Resources, to see for yourself that road users have the longest section, considered most in need of saving advice, perhaps?)
According to Cardinal Martino and the Vatican web site, inspiration for the document arose during the First European Meeting of National Directors of the Pastoral Care of the Road, held in 2003. "Its aim," according to the Cardinal, "is to guide and coordinate all the ecclesial bodies in the world of the pastoral care of the road, and to encourage and stimulate Episcopal (small "E" on the Vatican web site...) conferences of countries in which this form of pastoral care does not exist, to organize it." Martino went on to refer to the "evangelization of the road" with a plug for expanding the network of roadside traveling ministries.
Not to sound like a non-believer, but I have serious doubts as to how much prayer before buckling up will do to save me from the oncoming drunk driver barreling through the red light in his mega SUV, or whether voices from Rome will really change my level of attention to well-known rules of the road or my moral compass on the stupidity and danger of driving under the influence or without a seat belt.
Am in the minority in wondering if this proclamation could possibly be for real and whether the Vatican and advisors have bothered to flip their calendar pages even once in the past century? Is driving as "a big part of contemporary life" some hot news revelation within the Vatican walls that somehow escalates drivers to the top of the list of those suddenly in need of 'pastoral" oversight? Will our automobiles, now branded as dreaded vehicles open for potential 'occasions of sin' soon be invited to formal automotive baptismal rites of cleansing? Will moving violations be expanded to require penance for "impoliteness, rude gestures, cursing, blasphemy"?
I would much rather Rome keep its energies tuned into the highway to heaven and on remedial care of its own brethren and houses of worship rather than waste time stretching holy arms across our noisy, paved, and far less than spiritual moving highways. As I interpret the web report, it seems that the Cardinal is convinced that we common motorists have immediate pastoral road needs, like the many on-the-go itinerant people in the Bible. The Cardinal was kind enough to explain that he sees the Vatican as responsible for the guiding care of all "itinerant" people, be we gypsies, refugees, taxi drivers, or wandering homeless in search of shelter. I get the concern for the wayward homeless and needy. I do not get the link to the motorized driving masses.
Or maybe that's the point? To use the voice of the church to somehow break through our cross-country speed-racing haze just long enough to remind us that even isolated in our fancy, manufactured, waterproof, rolling power machines we are all still connected and vulnerable. Perhaps.
I do not disagree with the Cardinal on the value and moral goodness of saving the lives of even just a few of the "1.2 million people" killed on the road each year. That is, as Martino said, a sad reality, but do our driving "transgressions and negligence", committed by "show offs' behind the wheel, intent on 'dominating others" really belong on the top-10 missions list for a church in need of tending its own unruly house?
In praise of the worthiness of driving, the document does point out the goodness to come from driving - quality time together visiting distant family and friends, transport of the sick to medical appointments. Still, the positives are completely overwhelmed by the warnings on the evils of careless driving and drivers.
Never mind the old adage, when in Rome, do as the Romans do. No matter where you live or find yourself as a good traveler on this earth, the next time you buckle your seat belt and prepare to back out of your driveway, offer a prayer to your virtual driving angel for directions to the nearest charity-focused gas station with the best Christian prices. When the cop pulls you over for running the stop sign, tell him the truth - that you were trying to untangle your Rosary beads from your steering wheel. Tell him the Cardinal made you do it.