Crest Pro Health, Stains Instead Of Whitening:
No longer afraid of being a lifelong alcoholic, perpetually falling off the wagon,
I’ve written the current Crest ProHealth Mouthwash off my dental hygeine list after this comment from Consumerist’s reader, ‘Monique’:
“Crest Pro-Health Mouthwash turned my teeth brown!
And on top of that, I can’t taste anything!
I can’t believe this stuff is even on the market.
My wisdom teeth are coming in painfully, and I am prepping to get them removed next week.
So while at Rite Aid last night, I picked up a bottle of Crest Pro-Health mouthwash.
I typically use Listerine, but as I said my wisdom teeth are killing me and this Crest CRAP advertises “No Alcohol”. Cool.”
And she’s not the only one.
Though Crest and parent-company P&G have refused to do anything about it, and a Michigan lawyer has filed a class-action lawsuit,
Thousands of customers have had the same result from the product-line’s active ingredients that include Stannous Flouride:
Crest Pro Health is leaving people with very hard & expensive to remove brown spots on their teeth after use. More user anecdotes below:
Photo Credits:”Horse Smile” by Stacy Braswell
• Source: [Archived]The Consumerist-Crest Pro Brown Spots
• More Coverage: [Archived]Crest ProHealth at AssociatedContent | Crest Pro Reviews at Amazon
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