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Head and neck cancer use mouthwash more than toothpaste?

Head and neck cancer use mouthwash more than toothpaste?

Use both: It is extremely important to keep your mouth healthy during cancer treatment. You should brush 3 times a day floss 2 times a day and ask your dentist for a flouride gel or mouthwash with flouride in it. Act rinse or the generic equivalent is in drug stores over the counter. ...Read more

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Which is better: toothpaste or mouthwash?

Which is better: toothpaste or mouthwash?

Toothpaste : However this is primarily because toothpaste requires a toothbrush. The toothbrush is best since it provides the mechanical removal of plaque and debris on teeth. This is much better than over the counter mouthwash. ...Read more

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Expert opinions? Which is better- mouthwash or toothpaste?

Expert opinions? Which is better- mouthwash or toothpaste?

Hmmm: You can brush with either;it is the mechanical action of the brush that removes the bacterial build up. Toothpaste will give you some Fluoride and has a mild abrasive to help remove stain. Mouthwash will 'freshen' your breath better but has no Fluoride or abrasive. ...Read more

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Can toothpaste and mouthwash irritate reflux?

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Use toothpaste: Use toothpaste following ada guidelines, and what your hygienist/dentist instructs you, and try not to swallow... You should be within normal limits. ...Read more

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Which is better: the optic white toothpaste or mouthwash?

Which is better: the optic white toothpaste or mouthwash?

Tooth Whitening: Actually, colgate offers a "kit" of bleaching products by optic white. They include a tooth paste and a rinse. My opinion is that in combination, this is a "good" plan; however, keep in mind that these are both "over-the-counter" products and their efficacy is at a "safe" level because of this classification. A dentist prescribed product or "in-office" procedure would be more effective. ...Read more

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Please help! what is the best whitening toothpaste/mouthwash?

Please help! what is the best whitening toothpaste/mouthwash?

Whitening methods?: To the best of my knowledge, i don't believe there are any mouthwashes that can really whiten teeth. Whitening toothpastes are more abrasive and remove surface stain, and should not be used on a regular basis. Some may have whitening agents but the effectiveness is limited at best. I would suggest you see a dentist to discuss all your tooth whitening options before doing anything. ...Read more

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I just want to know if there is any strong toothpastes or mouthwashes that i could use for halitosis?

Oral hygiene: You don't need a stronger toothpaste or mouthwash. You need to work with your dentist, mechanically remove bacteria from your mouth by brushing, flossing and cleaning your tongue with a tongue scraper or brush. Xylitol gum or mints will help remove some bacteria. ...Read more

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The labels on toothpastes and mouthwashes say to never swallow them. Why is that?

Hazardous : Because there is nothing beneficial in swallowing toothpaste, and there are some things potentially hazardous like flouride, and artificial sweeteners ! ...Read more

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Recommended toothpaste and mouthwash?

The Answer...: The answer to your question is easily researched on the internet. You could access a resource such as www.2thtruth.Com or many others. Consumers report has written several good articles on this. ...Read more

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