Health Benefits of Mouthwash
For some people, rinsing after brushing your teeth into a routine. In addition to making your mouth feel fresh, rinse was believed to nourish the tooth. Really?
Dr. James Jacobs, a former assistant clinical professor of Periodontics at the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University as well as to practice in New York trying to answer that, as released everydayhealth.
"I see mouthwash as a positive habit that can help the health of your mouth," he said.
Here are some reasons that make mouthwash bring benefits when used:
- Mouthwash with fluoride will help reduce tooth decay and periodontal disease.
- Using mouthwash in general, which does not contain fluoride trap can help reduce periodontal disease.
- Makes my mouth feel fresh and savory aromas cause.
- Mouthwash can reduce the quantity and quality of dental plaque or bacteria in your mouth.
Once attached the benefits of mouthwash, the important thing to note is that you should not rely on such items as a means to maintain oral health. Instead, Dr. James said that mouthwash is the last step of oral hygiene in the morning and evening.
Another important thing is, not advisable to rinse with water after use fluoridated mouthwash. By mixing with water, fluoride can not be absorbed in the enamel.
"Therefore, I recommend patients to cleanse their mouths completely at the end. Gargle and then spit it out and rushed to sleep or go activity, "he advised.
Benefit from the presence of fluoride is that these substances will fight bacteria, so that the surface of the back teeth healthy and able to fight powerful sensitivity and cavities.