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Dentist Recommended Mouthwashes for Gingivitis
Posted on 4/12/2021 by Jeannie Molato, DDS
Research suggests that an estimated 3 out of 4 American adults have gingivitis. Yes, its that bad, and it is commonly caused by improper oral hygiene, poor diet, aging, smoking, medications, and autoimmune disease.
If you're searching for a way to improve your dental health, you should consider mouthwashes that are especially formulated to reduce gingivitis symptoms. These include:
TheraBreath Healthy Gums Oral Rinse
This particular brand was established by dentists that specialize in dry mouth, bad breath, tonsil stones, and taste disorders. This is why it not only reduces bad breath and gingivitis, but also curbs periodontitis (which occurs if gingivitis is left untreated).
ACT Anticavity Fluoride
Dentists and users recommend ACT's clear formula not only because it is very affordable, but it is free from all chemical coloring dyes, all of which exacerbate your oral hygiene in the long run.
Also, this Mouthwash has been formulated with the strongest fluoride (in rinse form) available in the market without a prescription. If you didn't already know, fluoride is a mineral that helps to prevent tooth decay.
Listerine Zero Alcohol Mouthwash
You've probably already heard of Listerine's mouthwashes. Considering the fact that this brand has been around for nearly a century, it isn't a surprise that they updated their mouthwash to an alcohol-free version from their classic antiseptic formula. Simply put, each mouthful won't burn like it always did.
This dentist-approved mouthwash helps to fight halitosis and gingivitis and all of its ingredients are FDA-approved.
The Final Word
So which of these brilliant mouthwashes is it going to be?
These three dentist-recommended mouthwashes can curb the symptoms of gingivitis and improve your overall oral hygiene. If the problem persists, don't hesitate to call us at (805) 306-0200 to schedule an appointment or to discuss alternative solutions.
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