Mouthwash how to use?

Introduction Mouthwash is a liquid rinse that is used to clean your teeth, gums, and mouth. It typically has an antiseptic to destroy bacteria that lives between your teeth and on your tongue. It is a liquid passively maintained in the mouth by contraction of the perioral muscles and movement of the head. It can be gargled by bending the head back and allowing the liquid to bubble at the back of the mouth and throat. Gargle Gargling is the act of bubbling liquid or water in the mouth.  It is washing the mouth and throat with a liquid kept in motion by breathing through it with a gurgling sound. Thus, gargle has often been used as a term for Mouthwash also. Types of Mouthwas In general, there are two types of Mouth-wash: cosmetic and therapeutic. Cosmetic may temporarily reduce bad breath and leave a pleasant taste behind, but it has no chemical or biological application beyond that. For example, if a product does not eliminate the bacteria that causes foul breath, its value is purely cosmetic. Therapeutic, on the other hand, contains active substances that help control or minimize problems such as bad breath, gingivitis, plaque, and tooth rot.

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