Good Morning Dr. Phillips!
Just heard on the highly rated “The Doctors” T.V. program for bad breath is to use 1 teaspoon of Apple Cider Vinegar (not white vinegar) and stir into one glass of water. Then oral rinse (not swallow) with solution before spitting out. I can understand the thought of vinegar killing the bacteria, but what about the acid and it’s direct effect upon the outer surface of the teeth? Hmmm… Have a great weekend and I will look forward to your professional feedback once again!
There may be lots of ways to reach a state of oral health, but I cannot comment since I do not use it, have no records of long-term effects from using cider vinegar and I am clueless what it may or may not do in the short or long term!
I know a lot of health professionals recommend products that don’t work and even recommend ones that damage teeth!
I only recommend products that I KNOW BEYOND ANY DOUBT can help everyone.
I recommend products that will clean up teeth and sustain oral health for decades and decades – and can be used by adults of any age.
What more could I need?
Thanks for your question.
I would ask the ‘doctors” how they propose to convince you that this product WORKS.
Ask them for the long-term effects ( decades later – how do teeth treated like this LOOK and FEEL?)
If they don’t look young, healthy and wonderful – then I am not interested!
That is my two cents’ worth!!