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Gum Disease and vinegar
If you have Gum Disease, Is there any benefit to using vinegar (for anti bacterial qualities) as a mouth wash? Also could it have a drying effect, witch you would want to avoid?
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vinegar will not help gum disease and it tastes pretty awful. there are several rinses by prescription or at your local drugstore. they are a little higher priced. if you have gum disease make sure to go to the dentist and get the problem treated. rinses can help prevent the problem but if will not eliminate it once its started.
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