There are plenty of products that can be purchased online and in pharmacies that can help with toothpaste and mouthwash.
But a new study from the University of New South Wales suggests that there are also some products that are safe to buy on your own.
“These are potentially safe products,” said Professor Andrew Smith, who conducted the study at the University.
“We’re looking at how many people have been affected by dental infections, the number of infections that they’ve had, and whether there’s a difference in the amount of medication that you need to get in terms of how much you can use and how effective it is at treating dental infections.”
He said there were a number of ways in which you could try and reduce the number and severity of dental infections and dental infections caused by mouthwash or other products.
“If you can manage the symptoms of your dental infection, you can get rid of the infections,” he said.
“However, if you have a chronic condition, like a dental condition, you may need to use medication to help you manage the condition.”
The study used a database of dental records, and found that people with chronic dental conditions were significantly more likely to have a dental infection than people with no dental health condition.
It also found that when people with dental conditions reported their dental health problems, they were more likely than people without dental health conditions to have an oral health condition, such as gum disease.
“When we talk about dental health, we’re talking about the ability to take care of your teeth, but also to do it with dignity,” Professor Smith said.
He said it was important to remember that people who had a chronic dental condition could not simply use the mouthwash and toothpaste products as a treatment for their dental condition.
“There are some things that you can do to help prevent or reduce the risk of dental infection,” he explained.
“For example, there are products that you buy from online that are actually antibacterial, so you can help to protect your mouth, but you can also take some preventive measures, such by using fluoride toothpaste, for example.”
Professor Smith said it is important that people don’t take these products as an excuse to not take care with their dental hygiene.
“What we want people to do is really consider whether or not they need a dental cleaning,” he advised.
“You don’t need to stop eating or drinking if you’re having a dental problem, but there are some very important things that we can do that are really, really important.”
Dr Peter Fassler, who is the principal investigator of the study, said the results were significant and indicated that there could be a potential for a more effective way to prevent dental infections.
“It’s important to know that this is something that can work, it’s not something that you just have to take off your face and don’t worry about it,” he told 7.30.
Dr Fasslers team found that among people who reported chronic dental problems, people who were given oral hygiene products were significantly less likely to report a dental illness.
“A significant proportion of the people in the study were also receiving oral hygiene supplements, which we know is associated with better oral hygiene,” he added.
The study was published in the International Journal of Preventive Dentistry.
Topics:dental-health,dentistry,dental,infectious-diseases-other,health,people,health-policy,dairy-products,tourettes-university-4161,qld,australiaFirst posted June 06, 2018 07:35:46Contact Chris KellyMore stories from Queensland