Use Of Antiseptic Mouthwash?
How long can you use minosep mouthwash?
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The mouthwash you mentioned contains clorhexidine, an antiseptic that is used for cases of canker sores or inflammation of the gums. Antiseptic is the ability of a substance to kill bacteria so that it can prevent infectious diseases. As a mouthwash, clorhexidine has a special method of use, namely by gargling using 10 ml of clorhexidine (without a mixture of water) for 1 minute, then discarding it. This mouthwash is used after brushing your teeth. Avoid eating after using it, so the medicine can work well.
Under normal conditions, in a person's oral cavity there are germs that live in controlled quantities. When the balance between these germs is disturbed, causing inflammation in the organs in the mouth, causing the emergence of diseases, such as hollow teeth, inflamed gums, sore throat, cough, and others. When this happens, a mouthwash antiseptic solution is needed which can suppress the growth of germs that cause disease. However, if the mouthwash is used continuously, it can damage the balance of germs in the oral cavity and increase the appearance of side effects of drugs, such as dry mouth, the color of the drug imprinting on the oral cavity, irritation and others.
For that, use drugs according to doctor's instructions, and control at any time that the doctor has determined. If it has improved, do not prolong the use of mouthwash without the doctor's permission.
Thus hopefully useful.