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My teeth were starting to deteriorate, and I was running out of options to repair them. The dentist gave me a choice. I could wait until the bone loss was so bad that I would have to have my teeth removed and get dentures, or I could have them removed now and get dental implants. I opted for the implants. If you’re thinking of getting dental implants, you probably have a lot of questions. I love mine, but they took some getting used to. In this blog, I’m sharing my experience and all the information that I picked up throughout my implant experience. You can find out what the procedure entails, how to prepare for your implants, and how to care for them once they’re in.


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2 Antibacterial Rinses To Prevent Gingivitis While Wearing A Nance Appliance

by Alfredo Moore

The wiring of your nance appliance is designed to act like a mold around your teeth. As a result, the wiring can often trap and attract food and bacteria near your gum line. Bacteria that are permitted to grow on your teeth and along your gum line will often result in gingivitis. Fighting off gingivitis is a lot more challenging when wearing a dental device. Therefore, it is important to improve your dental care during this time in order to prevent this from happening. Fortunately, there are a few antibacterial rinses that you can use to do exactly this.

Orange Rinse

The inside of an orange is often used to make juices and smoothies. However, the skin of the fruit contains powerful antiseptic properties and is used to make orange oil. These antiseptic properties fight off oral bacterial and prevent gum disease. As a result, this citrus fruit is commonly used as an ingredient in commercial mouth washes. In order to create your own orange rinse, start by placing a small pot of water on the stove to boil. Slice a large orange into thin circular slices. Add two of those slices to the pot and wait for it to boil. Remove the pot and add four drops of orange oil to the water. Allow the pot to cool, then use the rinse after eating. Focus on using the rinse to clean the wires of your nance appliance. Keep the rinse in your mouth for at least a minute before spitting.

Camphor Oil Rinse

Camphor oil is an ingredient that is frequently found in flu and cold medicines. The herb is regularly used to treat sickness because of its antiseptic properties. These properties work to cleanse any area of the body that may be infected. When included in your oral care, camphor will ensure that your nance appliance and gums both remain bacteria free. In order to create the rinse, simply fill a medium-sized cup with boiling water. Add two drops of camphor oil to the cup and a slice of lemon for freshness. Allow the cup to sit for a few minutes until it cools. Immediately after your meals, use the camphor oil around your gum line and teeth. Use your mouth to swish the rinse in and out of the wires of your nance appliance. Use this rinse daily in order to keep bacteria and infection at bay.

Dealing with gum disease while wearing your nance appliance can be quickly become frustrating. Therefore, use these antibacterial rinses to help keep gingivitis away. For more tips, contact a company like Cumberland Periodontal Associate.