Frequently Asked Questions
Do Dentists Recommend Toothpaste Tablets?
Dentists are mixed, and very few studies are available when it comes to using toothpaste tablets to clean your teeth, notably because the Toothpaste Bits make it a point to leave fluoride out of their ingredients list. However, even if your dentist recommends that you use a toothpaste containing fluoride, you should still keep in mind that fluoride, used to kill the bacteria that cause cavities in your teeth, is still a toxic component you ingest when using regular commercial toothpaste.
In any case, Bite Toothpaste Bits offers the healthiest alternative to toothpaste around, all the while being vegan, cruelty-free, and eco-conscious.
How quickly did the bits turn to toothpaste?
For this Bite Toothpaste Bits review, I have looked at how quickly the tablets turn into toothpaste and found that the Bite Toothpaste Bits dissolve in a matter of seconds. All you need to do is open the bottle, pop the product in your mouth, bite down and brush with a wet toothbrush. The Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate in the Bits helps the tablet foam up in your mouth, thus giving you a naturally clean feel, just like a commercial toothpaste would.
How is the Bite toothpaste bit paste consistency?
The Bite Toothpaste Bits are a tablet that you need to chew and mix with water to create a foamy paste that will naturally clean your teeth when you are brushing them.
How much do they cost?
Depending on whether you purchase one bottle of Bite Toothpaste Bits as a one-time item or choose to sign up for the brand’s subscription, you can save quite a few bucks off the total price of your Bite products.
The Bite Toothpaste Bits retail for:
$12 for a month's supply
$30 for a four-month subscription, saving you $18