Swishing last serves to help remove any plaque/debris that your oral hygiene just liberated from your teeth and gum line implant machine. It’s important to note that swishing does the least in...

Swish

postato da lilyeven12 il 04/05/2018
Categoria: Informatica - tags: dental chair

Swishing last serves to help remove any plaque/debris that your oral hygiene just liberated from your teeth and gum line implant machine. It’s important to note that swishing does the least in helping to reduce gum disease risk. It’s mostly a good ‘final step’. That said, one great benefit of regular swishing is the exercise we gain from vigorously swishing (the important word here is vigorous). By actively swishing, we literally pump the tissues in and around the mouth which helps them detox and function better. A traditional method of cleansing the mouth is called oil pulling. Here’s an article we dedicated to this ancient oral hygiene practice that details the benefits of oil pulling. To learn a way to super charge your swishing and turn swishing into an active mouth washing step, add a drop or two of our Healthy Mouth Blend. Here’s a link to a video tutorial that shows 4 powerful ways anyone can create optimal oral health in their own lives. Last, if you would like to learn more about the power of swishing to improve our oral (and whole body) health, here’s a video that explains how swishing our own saliva may be the most powerful step to support our ‘oral biome’ (the bacterial environment in our mouths). We call it ‘Mouth Probiotics’. For those with advanced gum disease If you are currently addressing deeper gum pockets related with periodontal disease using our Healthy Mouth System, we recommend that you use your OraWellness pocket applicator last. That way, you have cleaned all surfaces of your mouth AND then finish by dealing with any deep pockets, leaving your mouth super clean so it can rest for several hours through the night with a very low ‘bad bug’ population density which promotes an ideal healing environment. In the end, what really matters most is that we: 1 Dental Chair. Understand why oral hygiene is important 2. Clean our mouths regularly 3. Bring as much conscious awareness to the process as we can 4 dental file. Use products and strategies that have been created/formulated to really help (and not just fill a tube) So what about you? What order do you use to have a healthy, happy mouth?