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Question #79134 posted on 09/16/2014 3:12 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board Writers Who Brush Their Teeth:

I'd like to find a toothpaste that make my mouth feel fresh and doesn't leave a bad aftertaste. My current one makes my mouth feel yucky by the time I crawl into bed - and that's not long at all - maybe 5 minutes.

Any suggestions from Board Writers before I go buy one of everything?

-Misses Mentadent

A:

Dear you,

I've never had this problem, as every kind of toothpaste that I try leaves my mouth tasting fresh and delicious. My favorites are the toothpastes with mouthwash inside them (they have a stronger and longer lasting taste than regular toothpaste). One suggestion would be to try using mouthwash after you brush, which might leave a better taste in your mouth without requiring testing many different toothpastes first.

-Ozymandias