Study shows mouth guards harbor large numbers of bacteria.

According to a study that appears in the September/October 2007 issue of General Dentistry, mouthguards harbor large numbers of bacteria, yeasts and molds that can possibly lead to life and/or health-threatening infectious/inflammatory diseases.

“Everything that a microorganism needs to survive, including food and water, can be found in a mouthguard,” says Thomas Glass, DDS, PhD, lead author of the study. “While mouthguards appear solid, they are very porous, like a sponge, and with use, microorganisms invade these porosities.”

Read more on ScienceDaily.com

(Source: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/12/071210163207.htm)

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