The use of mouthwash not only refreshes your mouth and prevents bad breath, it prevents caries and periodontal disease through the effects of its active ingredients.
- Mouthwash not only refreshes your mouth, but also prevents caries, periodontal disease and bad breath.
How to Select Mouthwash (Dental Rinse)
Features of Mouthwash
- Can be used simply by rinsing the mouth with it
- Spreads throughout the mouth and exerts its effects
Water Rinse after Using Mouthwash
Usually, it is not necessary to rinse with water after using mouthwash. However, if you are concerned about remaining mouthwash in your mouth, you can rinse your mouth with water, though only lightly; otherwise, the active ingredients will be washed away and the benefits will be reduced.
Use of Mouthwash for Children
- Although there is no age restriction concerning the use of mouthwash, children should only use mouthwash after they have learned to rinse their mouth thoroughly.
- It is recommended that children be allowed to use mouthwash after you have used water to confirm that they are capable of rinsing their mouth without swallowing the water.
- Once your children learn to rinse their mouth thoroughly, it is recommended that they start with mild mouthwash for children.
Bacteria grow while you are sleeping!
Bacterial growth becomes more active in your mouth while you are sleeping, due to a decrease in saliva production. Clean your mouth using mouthwash before going to bed.
Fluctuations in the amount of bacteria throughout the day
*The amount of bacteria decreases after meals due to saliva production, etc.