Wondering what brushing with Bite Toothpaste Bits is like? Do they really work as advertised?
We put Bite Toothpaste Bits to the test with Dr. Laura Geiger and Dr. Katie Jones. In the video below, these two real dentists from Southeast Family Dental try Bite Toothpaste Bits for the first time.
With comments like “I’m not sure about this” and “It feels a bit like brushing with a mint in your mouth”, what will the final verdict be? Watch the video below and see what final rating Dr. Geiger and Dr. Jones give Bite Toothpaste Bits.
Dr. Geiger: Hi, it’s Dr. Geiger with Southeast Family Dental, and this is Dr. Jones. Today, we are trying what is called Bite Toothpaste [Bits]. I don’t know if you’ve seen the ads for it. I’ve got some ads, but we’re just interested to see what it’s like.
The things I think are good – less waste – they talk about the recyclable bottle – they’re not getting the waste of the toothpaste that you normally would. It doesn’t have fluoride, but they say they have this fluoride alternative. So, we’re going to see.
The directions say, place one bit in your mouth, bite down, and brush with a wet toothbrush.
Dr. Jones: We also have had a patient who said this worked well for her because all other toothpaste irritated her mouth – so, it was more gentle. We’ll see. I’m a little nervous.
Dr. Geiger: Me too. I’m not sure about this.
Dr. Jones: This isn’t terrible.
Dr. Geiger: Taste is good. It feels a bit like brushing with a mint in your mouth.
Dr. Jones: Gotta chew it.
Not a huge fan.
Dr. Geiger: Not a big fan.
Dr. Jones: So, I don’t think this would be very good for someone who has a drier mouth. I think that even though you wet your toothbrush, it really relies a lot on having saliva in there to kind of mix.
Dr. Geiger: Taste wasn’t bad. It got a little more foamy at the end. Not as bad as I thought it was going to be.
Dr. Jones: True.
Dr. Geiger: I’d give it a 7 out of 10.
Dr. Jones: I’d give it a 6.