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Where can one obtain the clo2 mouth rinse and toothpaste?

Where can one obtain the clo2 mouth rinse and toothpaste?

Closys: Closys is a mouth rinse that will help bad breath and it is available on the internet - just google it. ...Read more

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Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more


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I need a mouth wash with some fluoride in it, which mouth wash works the best?

I need a mouth wash with some fluoride in it, which mouth wash works the best?

ADA Seal: If you are going to purchase a Fluoride mouthwash/product without a prescription, purchase one with the ada seal. By doing that you will know the product is effective. ...Read more

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What listerine and toothpaste to use for cleaner teeth and breath in the morning?

What listerine and toothpaste to use for cleaner teeth and breath in the morning?

Chlorine Dioxide: Using a toothpaste containing chlorine dioxide will kill gram negative aneurobic bacteria that usually cause bad breath. The chlorine dioxide will also lighten/whiten your teeth.. ...Read more

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What toothpaste leaves your mouth the most sterile and free of bacteria?

What toothpaste leaves your mouth the most sterile and free of bacteria?

Can't be Sterile: There is no way to sterilize your mouth. The mouth is filled with a large number and variety of bacteria, viruses and fungi. The best oral hygiene efforts can control germs and clean the teeth from day to day buildups of plaque. I personally use Colgate Total, which has an antibacterial agent in the toothpaste. Flossing, rinsing with mouthwash and professional cleanings are all important too. ...Read more

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Is there any harm in rinsing my mouth with a mix of baking soda/water immediately after eating to neutralize the acidity of my mouth?

Is there any harm in rinsing my mouth with a mix of baking soda/water immediately after eating to neutralize the acidity of my mouth?

Reasoning ?: Do you believe that the baking soda mouth rinse will make you less cavity prone by neutralizing acids produced by resident bacteria? You would be better off brushing with a fluoridated bicarbonate dentifrice and flossing correctly. The bacteria which adhere to your teeth and cause dental issues will not be affected and will continue to produce acids long after you spit out the rinse. ...Read more

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Wento the dentist and he covered the gum line in fluoride and reccomended the use of sensitive toothpaste but the problem is still there any help?

Brushing too hard?: I tell all my patients to stop 'brushing', and think 'massaging' when they are brushing their teeth. Many people have wearing away of the gums and teeth from brushing over aggressively for too many years...And this results in sensitivity ! ...Read more

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Do stomach acid leaking into the mouth from acid reflux have a negative effect on antibacterial rinse used to treat inflammation in the gums?

Do stomach acid leaking into the mouth from acid reflux have a negative effect on antibacterial rinse used to treat inflammation in the gums?

Reflux: Reflux into the mouth should not affect your antibacterial rinse. The acid should kill the bacteria. However, the acid will damage your teeth and irritate your gums. Typically, reflux should not travel all the way into the mouth. Gastric contents that travel back into the mouth is vomiting. Always speak with your physician about your concerns, they can provide the best explanation for you. ...Read more

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Is it safe/better if i use a dab of toothpaste for each part of my mouth such as top teeth, bottom teeth and tongue?

Is it safe/better if i use a dab of toothpaste for each part of my mouth such as top teeth, bottom teeth and tongue?

Pea sized dab: Most people think that it is necessary to cover the entire toothbrush because of the way toothpaste is advertised on TV. It is only necessary to use a pea sized dab of toothpaste to properly clean all your teeth. ...Read more

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After using mouth wash should we spit out and wash with water? Or spit out and leave the remaining mouthwash in the mouth without rinsing out?

After using mouth wash should we spit out and wash with water?  Or spit out and leave the remaining mouthwash in the mouth without rinsing out?

Better no rinse: Better to spit out and not rinse with water right away. Doesn't hurt to rinse, brush with toothpaste, rinse with mouth wash (hopefully an anti-plaque, anti-tarter rinse,) and then floss ...Read more

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Is the tip of the Waterpik water flosser supposed to be touching me at the edge of my gums or should there be room between the water floss and my gums?

Is the tip of the Waterpik water flosser supposed to be touching me at the edge of my gums or should there be room between the water floss and my gums?

No: Allow a small distance between your gum and the tip of the instrument so the water stream will remain focused. It makes the instrument more effective. That said if you're more comfortable letting it touch it will still do a good job. ...Read more

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Dental: why is it so difficult to find in stores a tongue scraper to rid the tongue of bacteria vs. Using a toothbrush to swirl bacteria?

Dental: why is it so difficult to find in stores a tongue scraper to rid the tongue of bacteria vs. Using a toothbrush to swirl bacteria?

Good question: The scrapper is much more affective than a brush or a rinse. You might also consider xylitol lozenges and toothpaste since it is anti bacterial. Otherwise keep looking or look on the internet. ...Read more

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Have three small bubble like under my tongue where the floor of the mouth connected to the tongue is that oral herpes or because I used whitening gel?

Have three small bubble like under my tongue where the floor of the mouth connected to the tongue is that oral herpes or because I used whitening gel?

Tongue: There is along list of causes for this, to name a few apthous ulcer, herpes , reaction to gel , hand foot and mouth disease. You can try bongela but if its doesn't get better or any other symptoms arise then please consult your doctor. ...Read more

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What is the maximum amount of hydrogen peroxide that can be put in OTC white strips?

What is the maximum amount of hydrogen peroxide that can be put in OTC white strips?

Ans: You better be very careful here. The enamel if the tooth iscaffectedvandbthem you have problems Just don't drink a lot of coffee brush after every meal and take care of your teeth. Avoid things that stain the teeth ...Read more

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How can you get the benefits of Fluoride in toothpaste when brushing your teeth if you are rinsing mouth off with water immediately after brushing.

How can you get the benefits of Fluoride in toothpaste when brushing your teeth if you are rinsing  mouth off with water immediately after brushing.

You get some: The fluoride ions will attach themselves to the tooth during 2 minutes of brushing and are not easily rinsed away, so you do derive a benefit. If you do not rinse you may get more but be assured even with a rinse the fluoride is helpful. ...Read more

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Where can one obtain the clo2 mouth rinse and toothpaste?

Closys: Closys is a mouth rinse that will help bad breath and it is available on the internet - just google it. ...Read more

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Are children more sensitive to fluoride than adults? My child drinks fluoridated water and uses toothpaste and mouth rinse with fluoride, as i do. Is this too much for his baby teeth? .

Are children more sensitive to fluoride than adults? My child drinks fluoridated water and uses toothpaste and mouth rinse with fluoride, as i do. Is this too much for his baby teeth?


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Be careful: Children are not allowed to use adult tooth paste because of content is being not appropriate for children's health norms. Using excessive amount of Fluoride is not only going to create problems with the teeth, but also may affect the whole bone system. It makes bone structure much more brittle and teeth discolored. In some cases just fluoridated water is sufficient in providing necessary units. ...Read more

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If i've run out of toothpaste, can I rinse my mouth out with alcohol/whiskey to clean it?

Better to brush: Better to brush with water to mechanically get rid of the food stuffs and plaque that have stuck to your teeth during the day or overnight. Rinse with water after to make sure the stuff that got off the teeth are now out of your mouth. ...Read more

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What is effect of peroxide mouth rinse used daily?

What is effect of peroxide mouth rinse used daily?

Peroxide?: Are you referring to using peroxide straight as mouth wash or a peroxide based mouth wash? Peroxide diluted in over the counter mouth was is safe and has no adverse side effect. ...Read more

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I used peroxide 20 hair bleach as mouth rinse?

I used peroxide 20 hair bleach as mouth rinse?

Ooooooooops!: A very bad idea! I am not sure what all the ingredients are, nor the concentration of hydrogen peroxide but that was not smart. Some simple rules to follow: 1. Use products for what they were intended to be used for only! 2. Always follow directions on labels. 3. Always consult with professionals who will be glad to help you with advice on products or procedures. 4. Don't experiment on your body. ...Read more

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Is it okay to use whitening mouth rinse and listerine white strips at the same time?

Not effective: Don't waist your money on whitening mouth rinses. They are largely ineffective. White strips are somewhat effective, but the best tooth whitening is done by the dentist. The dentist can make custom whitening trays that hold the whitening gel on your teeth better and can be worn overnight. ...Read more

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What does it mean if fluoride mouth rinse says that it should be kept away from children under 12?

What does it mean if fluoride mouth rinse says that it should be kept away from children under 12?

Overdose: Because these Fluoride rinses are made with a pleasant flavor and a child under 12 without adult supervision might decide to drink the entire bottle. Just like any vitamin, mineral, or medication, Fluoride can be toxic in high concentrations. ...Read more

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I'm wondering what is the best mouth rinse that fights gingivitis?

I'm wondering what is the best mouth rinse that fights gingivitis?

Sealed by ADA: The mouthwash alone will not solve the gum inflammation. The American Dental Association recommends antimicrobial mouthwash to help prevent and reduce gingivitis. Any mouthwash recognized by ADA and approved by FDA will help. Healthy habits and good oral hygiene is the key for a gum inflammation prevention. ...Read more

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Is okay to use 50% hydrogen peroxide and 50% water as a mouth rinse?

Is okay to use 50% hydrogen peroxide and 50% water as a mouth rinse?

No: Don't even try it, you might end up with serious life threatening damage. ...Read more

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Is it safe to be mixing anti-cavity mouth rinse with whitening mouth rinse?

Not good idea: It's never a good idea to mix meds, even if otc. Ingredients in one could possibly alter action of the other. ...Read more

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How many times to floss a day? I brush/floss at night. In A.M., I brush and do not floss til nighttime. I do use mouth rinse in A.M. Good enough?

AWESOME: AWESOME...I think you are doing a great job and you are being a model patient. keep it up!! Connect with my Virtual Practice on Healthtap for any dental questions with my special keycode: DFWMCQ! Securely video or text chat by virtual appointment. http://htap.us/28qexs ...Read more

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About how long does a person have geographic tongue for? I've been diagnosed with mildly irritating geographic tongue. My dentist gave me some mouth rinse but said that there isn't really anything else that he can do, and that it may go away on its own. I

About how long does a person have geographic tongue for? I've been diagnosed with mildly irritating geographic tongue. My dentist gave me some mouth rinse but said that there isn't really anything else that he can do, and that it may go away on its own. I

Typically : Typically geographic tongue will last about 10 days, though this can vary. The following information was taken from the mayo clinic web site and provides a good description of geographic tongue. Geographic tongue is a harmless condition affecting the surface of your tongue. The tongue is normally covered with tiny, pinkish-white bumps (papillae). With geographic tongue, patches on the surface of the tongue are missing papillae and appear as smooth, red "islands, " often with slightly raised borders. These patches (lesions) give the tongue a map-like, or geographic, appearance. The lesions often heal in one area and then move (migrate) to a different part of your tongue. Geographic tongue is also known as benign migratory glossitis. Although geographic tongue may look alarming, it doesn't cause health problems and isn't associated with infection or cancer. Geographic tongue can sometimes cause tongue discomfort and increased sensitivity to certain substances. Geographic tongue is a minor — although sometimes uncomfortable — condition. However, lesions on the tongue may indicate other more serious conditions of the tongue or diseases affecting the body in general. If you have lesions on the tongue that don't resolve within seven to 10 days, see your doctor or dentist. Studies of factors that may be associated with an increased risk of geographic tongue have produced mixed results. Likely factors factors that are likely associated with an increased risk — relatively well supported by research — include the following: family history. Inherited genetic factors may increase the risk of the disorder. Fissured tongue. People with geographic tongue often have another disorder called fissured tongue, the appearance of deep fissures, or grooves, on the surface of the tongue. Other possible factors some studies have suggested a number of other factors that may increase the risk of geographic tongue, but other studies haven't supported the same conclusions. These other possible factors include: oral contraceptive use diabetes allergies and other immune system hypersensitivities stress or psychological disorders other skin disorders. ...Read more

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Has anyone used chlorhexidine gluconate mouth rinse for infected gum ?

Has anyone used chlorhexidine gluconate mouth rinse for infected gum ?

Yes and: Bacteria cause gum disease. Chlorhexidine helps kill the bacteria, but it cannot reach into the pocket (deep) where the harmful bacteria reside. Look into the perio protect method to see if you can find a dentist near you who can help treat the cause so you don't have the disease effects. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how much time does it take for orajel mouth rinse to get rid of canker sores?

Can you tell me how much time  does it take for orajel mouth rinse to get rid of canker sores?

It doesn't: Canker sores last 10-14 days regardless of what you put on them. What you put on them simply decreases the pain! i find otc kanka to be best! ...Read more

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How effective is mouth rinse for a poor-healing tooth extraction site?

How effective is mouth rinse for a poor-healing tooth extraction site?

Not effective: An extraction site should heal normally without any special assistance. Certain medical conditions such as diabetes can slow down healing. Sometimes the extraction site may have residual bone or necrotic tissue that would need to be removed by your dentist. If the extraction site is not healing properly, consult with your dentist. ...Read more

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I tried, baking soda, salt, honey, yogurt, peroxide, mouth sore ointment, mouth sore mouth rinse. Nothing is working. I keep on having more out breaks?

I tried, baking soda, salt, honey, yogurt, peroxide, mouth sore ointment, mouth sore mouth rinse. Nothing is working. I keep on having more out breaks?

RUS: Recurrent Apthouus Stomatitis may be the cause of your discomfort. See your dentist for a diagnosis and treatment that will work better than honey. In the meanwhile, Chloraseptic liquid will ease the sores without burning the tissue as benzocaine will. ...Read more

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