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SHOULD I USE A MOUTHWASH?

SHOULD I USE A MOUTHWASH?

SHOULD I USE A MOUTHWASH?

Want to carry confidence in your personality? Want to talk confidently and refreshingly in meetings or anywhere with anyone?

We use multiple lotions for our skin and dozens of shampoos for our hair but have you ever wondered what we do for our dental care. Apart from hasty brushing we never give a thought to doing something else.

Just make mouth washing a part of your daily routine.

You must have heard rumors that we should avoid using mouthwashes but if used by a trusted brand there is nothing better than mouthwashes for your dental health. Your dental health is an equally important part of any other health care.

One should not at all avoid it and be careless with dental health care.

A BOON FOR DENTAL CARE

Today mouthwashes are not only as perfumes for your breath. They are much more than that. They can reduce gum disease, plaque, tartar, tooth decay, and also, they can whiten your teeth. Now -a – days we have got multiple choices to freshen our breath. But if you want to do something super healthy for your teeth and gums make mouth rinsing with trusted mouthwashes part of your routine. It is a routine one must add with brushing.

POINTS TO KEEP IN MIND 

keep these points in mind to get the best results from mouth washing:

1.Dilute if necessary: -Keep in mind to read the labels on any brand of mouthwash that you use. Different brands have different kinds of concentrations .so checking the label is a must.

2.watch the clock: – If you want to get 100% results. You must swish it in your mouth for the correct amount of time. Read the product label carefully.

3.mouthwash is not a replacement: -It is not at all a replacement but an add-on for better health care .so don’t think of just doing it and not brushing. Remember it’s an add-on.

INGREDIENTS 

A mouth wash contains one or more of any of these products: –

Fluoride – It helps reduce tooth decay and prevent cavities.

Antimicrobials -it kills the bacteria that cause plaque, inflammation, etc.

Astringent salt -it’s a deodorizer that temporarily covers bad breath 

WHEN TO USE MOUTHWASH 

When you add the habit of mouth washing to your daily oral health care routine you may wonder when to use a mouthwash.

The Mayo Clinic recommends using mouth washing after brushing and flossing your teeth. While national health service recommends avoiding mouthwash just after brushing as doing so can wash away the fluoride from your toothpaste.

The ADA finally says that it’s a personal choice to choose when to use a mouth wash. It’s left upon personal preference.

TOP BENEFITS OF USING A MOUTH WASH

1. A fresh start

Your toothpaste doesn’t have a stand when it comes to fresh start your day. It’s a liquid solution that reaches every part of your mouth that you even can’t imagine. Besides, we are now having a lot of flavors available on market.

2. All for one, one for all

One quick rinse can just clear your entire mouth. Most people prefer mouth wash when they can’t have a brush, or after brushing. But you must do it regularly since its effect is short-lived.

3. Plaque, go back

Plaque is formed when your saliva combines with left 

4. Hard on Cavities

if there’s one investment you ought to make, it has to be a mouthwash with fluoride. The natural mineral has you saying buh-bye to cavities forever. Start early because it can only prevent, and not cure cavities altogether. Besides, fluoride also makes your enamel stronger. 

OTHER WAYS TO BOOST YOUR ORAL CARE ROUTINE

1. Eat a well – balanced tooth-healthy diet

2. Limit high sugar foods and drinks.

3. Avoid frequent snacking 

4. Drink fluoridated water

5. See your dentist for a regular check-up

6. Don’t ignore any symptoms.

Just like all your health concerns dental health is equally important. This equally requires our attention. You should take it seriously and not ignore it. 

If a patient cannot clean his teeth, no dentist can clean them for him.’ – Martin H. Fischer

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Mouthwash, cavity, care, routine, benefits, dental, patient, check-up

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