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ProNamel® Toothpaste Actively Strengthens Weakened Tooth Enamel

ProNamel® has an optimized-fluoride formulation that strengthens teeth. It is pH neutral, so it is gentler on tooth enamel, helping to protect teeth against the effects of acid erosion.

ProNamel® also helps prevent enamel from weakening further, and is specially designed for people who are at risk of acid erosion.

Unlike other toothpastes, ProNamel® does not contain sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), which is a common foaming agent. Fluoride binds to SLS and other active ingredients, which minimizes the amount of fluoride that is available to bind to your teeth. By using ProNamel®, there is more fluoride available to bind to your teeth to help protect them.

With ProNamel®, minerals penetrate into the enamel surface, actively strengthening and re-hardening weakened enamel every time you brush. By brushing your teeth with ProNamel®, you are brushing with the #1 dentist-recommended brand for strengthening and protecting enamel.

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