The Benefits of Using Mouthwash
Mouth Wash, which is also known as oral wash, is a liquid used to wash out harmful bacteria in your mouth to protect teeth and freshen breath. Adding a mouth wash to your daily dental routine can be very helpful. Many types of mouthwash contain antiseptic which helps wash out the harmful bacteria that would otherwise cause tooth decay. Mouthwash has many benefits for your oral health and can help avoid many dental issues. Here are some of the benefits of adding mouthwash to your daily dental routine:
Clean the Mouth of Debris
Throughout the course of the day, we are usually eating and drinking whether it’s snacking or during meals but some food particles can get caught in your teeth or around your mouth. Using mouthwash can help remove this debris which may lead to tooth decay or other dental problems.
Mouthwash is very popular when being used to freshen breath, it doesn’t take as long as brushing your teeth and still ensures that your breath smells good. Mouthwash shouldn’t be replaced for your regular brushing routine but used along with your routine. There are many different flavors and types of mouthwash, pick the one best for your dental needs.
Avoiding Plaque Build Up
Plaque is known to build up around our teeth as we consume food and drinks but brushing our teeth can sometimes miss those hard-to-reach areas in our mouth. Mouthwash is able to clean out the missed areas and can fight against plaque buildup. Using mouthwash can help prevent cavities which may lead to further tooth damage.
Mouthwash is able to strengthen enamel and help your teeth become more resistant to cavities. Using mouthwash can stunt cavities from growing and help areas around the cavity too. Mouthwashes that contain fluoride will make your teeth stronger so they can fight the cavities that you may already have.
How Often Should You Use Mouthwash
Many types of mouthwash are recommended for twice a day use after brushing and flossing. It can also be used if needed to quickly freshen up your breath. If you use fluoride toothpaste make sure to wait 30 minutes after brushing to use mouthwash. If you do not wait, the wash will flush the fluoride out of your teeth.
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