Dads Style & Grooming Guide: Mouthwash

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Mens Style & Grooming Guide: (Mouthwash Review)
One of the most important transitions for every Divorced Dad is the Fashion & Grooming Makeover. SingleDad offers Men’s Fashion, Style and Grooming Article Advice for Divorced Dad ages 35+ and up. This month, learn about Mouthwash… Read More.

Mens Style & Grooming Guide: (Mouthwash Review)

One of the most important transitions for every Divorced Dad
is the Fashion & Grooming Makeover. SingleDad offers Men’s Fashion, Style
and Grooming Article Advice for Divorced Dad ages 35+ and up. This month, learn
about Mouthwash… Read More.

John, 38-year old Divorced Dad,
Portland Oregon asks via email: "Is there really much, if any, difference
between mouth washes?"

Firstly, and it’s important to state this, using mouthwash
is a hugely beneficial part of your oral hygiene routine, both for you &
your kids. Not only does it help reduce plaque and the amount of
bacteria within your mouth, but mouthwash contains fluoride that helps fight
cavities and reduce periodontal disease. It can also truly get in between all
of your teeth, which brushing and floss cannot, and anything that can help
combat bad breath has be a good thing!

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There are a wide variety of different
types of mouthwash on the market, usually aimed at a specific area of dental
hygiene. They also vary in strength from a rinse to more medicinal. There are
many over-the-counter preparations available in your local drug store, in which
the active ingredients vary from eucalyptus and menthol to antimicrobial and
antibacterial agents. You should try to make sure that you choose one that is
alcohol-free, as this can dry your mouth & burn gum & cheek tissue.

Whitening – If you’re looking to ward off
the issue of discoloration brought on by that morning coffee (or that evening
glass of red!) then a rinse containing a small amount of peroxide will be most
effective. Crest 3D White Glamorous
White Rinse.

Dry-mouth relief – Cottonmouth is no
laughing matter (unless you’re talking about Jim Carrey in Me, Myself &
Irene!), this is where bad breath usually comes from, as well as being a cause
of tooth decay. Biotene Dry Mouth Oral
Rinse.


Cavity Protection – You’ll need a rinse
containing Sodium Fluoride to protect your teeth from acids and kill germs, if
you’ve had any work done by your dentist of late. ACT Anticavity Fluoride mouthwash.

Gum Health – Gingivitis can be both
embarrassing and frustrating, not to mention painful, but the right mouthwash
can tame germs & swelling. Colgate
Total Advanced Pro-Shield mouthwash.

Bacon-flavoured – Unfortunately, this
was just an April Fools Joke… Damnit!

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So, now you’ve seen the different types available to you.
Here’s our quick guide on how to get the best out of it.


Read the instructions on the bottle for the
amount you should use & it’s frequency.


There are
no hard & fast rules as to whether using before or after brushing is the
best way to go, so whichever feels best for you.


Remember to gargle once you have rinsed &
"swished" the solution around your mouth so as to get at the bacteria at the
back of the throat.


Enjoy the fresh feeling & knowledge that
you’re protecting your & your childrens teeth in the most complete way.

We hope that clears up a couple of things for you guys. If
you have any questions like John’s, contact us here at SingleDad.com

Richard JaramilloRichard “RJ” Jaramillo, is the Founder of SingleDad.com,
a website and social media resource dedicated to single parenting and specifically for the newly divorced, re-married, widowed and single Father with children.
RJ is self employed, entrepreneur living in San Diego and a father of three children. The mission of SingleDad is to help the community of Single Parents
“Make Life Happen…Again!”

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Richard “RJ” Jaramillo, is the Founder of SingleDad.com, a website and social media resource dedicated to single parenting and specifically for the newly divorced, re-married, widowed and single Father with children. RJ is self employed, entrepreneur living in San Diego and a father of three children. The mission of SingleDad is to help the community of Single Parents “Make Life Happen…Again!”