Should You Rinse After Brushing?

Faut-il se rincer la bouche après s'être brossé les dents ?

This may sound like a silly question. It's true, rinsing your mouth after brushing your teeth is for many a gesture of hygiene and comfort. Everybody does it. However, it is in fact a bad habit. It does absolutely no service to your teeth!

But then "What is the reason?" you will say to me. Well, when we brush our teeth we use toothpaste. This paw, it very often contains fluoride or fluoride. A chemical element that here helps to protect the teeth, strengthen the tooth enamel and thus prevent cavities. But in order for it to do its job, the fluoride must not be removed from your mouth! So even the two minutes of brushing with a traditional toothbrush recommended by dentists are not enough. That is why it is not advisable to rinse your mouth after brushing your teeth. This would remove much of the fluoride, and with it its benefits. So, losing this habit can be a good way for you, if you are particularly prone to cavities, to be less prone to them.

Be careful not to swallow the toothpaste and the foam in your mouth after brushing. No, it could irritate your stomach! It is better to spit it out and if the rest of the toothpaste in your mouth bothers you, it is best to rinse your mouth out with a fluoride mouthwash. If you want to have an even more effective brushing of your teeth we advise you to use Y-Brush!
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