..there be some that swear by the use of colegate whitening
toothpaste on lesions as an effective weapon.
..I am having..disturbingly mixed results.
On small lesions, it did seem to dry them up rather
the large..established lesions..seem to be using it
as fuel?..or at least..as a favorite plaything.
On one old lesion site..I have harvested many of the
"tentacle/plug" objects..at will. It's like picking
tiny mushrooms. This..despite multiple coatings of
cg toothpaste..or perhaps..because of it.
The active ingredients of CGW toothpaste would be
the triclosan antibacterial..and the sodium hydroxide
used for whitening. It may be that the triclosan is
utterly toothless vs the morg bacteria...or is in too
small a quantity to deal effectively with thick/deep
lesions. The sodium hydroxide appears to have a strong
reaction to the lesion gels..turning a bright white
on the morg damaged tissue..and merely drying on the