Is Mouthwash a Must in Phoenix AZ?

Is Mouthwash a Must in Phoenix AZ?

Many folks in the Phoenix, Queen Creek, and Chandler areas wonder if daily mouthwash should be part of their dental routine. Brushing and flossing are the two habits that have the greatest impact on dental health, so if you’re doing these two things, is mouthwash necessary?

If you’ve ever walked the aisles of any Mesa or Phoenix drugstore, you know that there are many different types of mouthwash. Some tout their germ-killing abilities, others brag of fluoride content, and some claim to whiten teeth while freshening the breath. These are all great benefits, but will they make or break your dental health?

We are Harris Dental, with locations in Phoenix, Mesa, Queen Creek, Chandler, and Scottsdale. When our dental patients ask about mouthwash, we usually tell them that as long as they follow the directions on the bottle, mouthwash can only benefit dental health, even if it doesn’t live up to every promise as advertised.

For people suffering from bad breath (and the friends, family, and co-workers who are suffering with them) mouthwash can be a very effective breath freshener and can bring relief to everyone in their social circle.

Thank you for visiting the Harris Dental Health Blog. We like to tackle important issues such as dental products, cosmetic dentistry procedures, over-the-counter teeth whitening, sedation dentistry, invisible braces, pediatric dentistry, oral care habits, and more!

Harris Dental is currently accepting new patients. If you are interested in making an appointment, please call us at 480-428-0040. A welcoming member of our staff can also answer any questions you have about dental implants, veneers, gum contouring, or smile makeovers.

 

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4444 N 32 St Ste 208 Phoenix, Arizona 85018

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