Dentists of Canada offered a simple solution to the problem associated with the inability to brush your teeth after eating. […]
Dentists of Canada offered a simple solution to the problem associated with the inability to brush your teeth after eating. According to them, in such circumstances, best helps rinse the mouth regular milk.
After eating the teeth should be cleaned – otherwise, leftover food stuck in Mizuno space, activate the growth of bacteria. But if the person does not have the possibility to use a toothbrush or floss, or chew gum in the most appropriate cleaner mouth will be milk. This is the conclusion after a series of experiments made by scientists from the University of Toronto.
During the tests, the volunteers were rinsed my mouth after eating different liquids – fruit juices, water and milk. Scientists quickly established that the juice is for this purpose absolutely not necessary – there are a lot of acids, bad acting on the tooth enamel.
Water problem cleanse coped better, but milk was a real champion for quality “cleaning” in the mouth. Test saliva for the presence of bacteria showed that if after a meal to rinse your mouth with milk, the level of microorganisms is minimal in so far as it is possible in such a situation.