This toothpaste tastes good, but as far as cavity protection goes, well, it's nothing special. I bought it because I am prone to cavities. I have weak enamel. I used to use aim whitening toothpaste. It's cheaper. So I shelled out the extra money and gave aquafresh cavity protection a try. I still got cavities. It worked about as well as the cheaper brand. I am willing to pay for quality, but the only thing better about this toothpaste was the taste. I don't know what they do to toothpaste to make it "extra strength" or "enamel strengthening" or "cavity protection." But I have the sneaking suspicion that the only toothpastes that work are the whitenings. This Aquafresh Cavity Protection toothpaste tasted very good. It made my mouth fell fresh, it was an intensely strong sensation while I was brushing with Aquafresh Cavity Protection toothpaste. This toothpaste certainly makes you feel like you are going to be protected from cavities. On the tube it says that it protects for a full twenty-four hours. So, in theory, you should only have to brush your teeth once a day. Even so, I have excellent oral hygeine habits because I've had to compensate for having weak tooth enamel all of my life. I brush when I wake up, before I go to bed, before I go to work, and halfway through my shift when I take my lunch. I only floss and rinse with mouthwash once a day though, before I go to bed. That type of hygeine, plus a "special cavity protection" toothpaste, should be more than enough. Especially when the toothpaste is suppossed to form a barrier on your teeth that prevents decay. However, I have to go back to the dentist on Friday to have three small cavities filled. I normally have from one to three cavities each time I go, and I wasn't expecting any this time because of this toothpaste. I was very dissapointed.
Las Vegas, NV