Neem vs. Chlorhexidine

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Braces are notorious for catching food and causing new dental problems to arise. Typically dentists prescribe chlorhexidine as an antibacterial, but it has some significant side effects, including staining the teeth or tongue, increased tartar, and irritation of the mouth or throat. This report published in the Journal of Contemporary Dentistry, suggests that a neem mouthwash may be as effective as the more problematic chlorhexidine.

Learn more at  Neem Mouthwash vs. chlorhexidine (CDH) in People with Braces.

* These statements have not been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Neem Tree Farms does not sell anything which diagnoses, prevents, controls or treats any disease or kills or repels pests, except as allowed by the NimBioSys registration when used on plants only.

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