Thursday, October 9, 2008

Choosing A Mouthrinse For Bad Breath

Nobody wants bad breath. Nobody wants to endure somebody else's bad breath. This Medical News Today article, "Combatting Bad Breath: Mouthrinses Work, But Some Cause Temporary Staining" gives some advice and cautions in choosing products to buy. Here are the takeaways . . .

  1. Over the counter mouthrinses actually work
  2. Mouthrinses containing chlorhexidine can cause temporary staining of the tongue and teeth, and also can temporarily alter taste sensations
  3. Chlorhexidine and cetylpyridinium were significantly more effective than placebos in reducing mouth odors
  4. Chlorine dioxide and zinc were more effective in neutralising odor compounds

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