How to Clean Your Retainer

Grungy buildup on an orthodontic retainer is very common. That buildup over time can cause discoloration, bad odors and even harmful bacteria. These are reasons to clean your retainer on a regular basis. Many retainer cleaners contain harsh chemicals that can start to cause wear and tear on your very important, very expensive investment. So what’s a patient to do? Prodentclean cleans your retainer with natural empowered oxygen as well as other naturally occurring ingredients.

Imagine, spraying or soaking your retainer for a few minutes and watching it begin to foam up while the grungy buildup begins to dissolve away. That’s how easy it is to clean your retainer with Prodentclean. Below are instructions with a spray top and a pour top. Order Prodentclean today and see how easy it is to keep your retainer clean with our safe Prodentclean cleansing rinse.

Soak Directions:
Place appliance in a container, add enough Prodentclean to cover appliance, then add equal parts water. Let device sit for 15 minutes, agitate or brush then rinse with water. Your device is ready to use.

Spray Directions:
Rinse device thoroughly in water. Spray generously with Prodentclean. Set aside for 10-15 minutes. Rinse with water. Your device is ready to use.

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The Link Between Dental Health & Overall Health

You go to the dentist expecting to get a cleaning and hopefully a good report with no cavities. But your dentist can see more than just your dental health, as some serious health conditions can first be spotted during an oral exam.

For example, worn down teeth can mean that you are grinding your teeth at night. In this case, sustained jaw clenching at night while sleeping might mean that you will be prescribed a custom fitted night guard to protect your teeth and jaw. Research in the International Journal of Oral Science in 2014 reported that sustained jaw clenching (another characteristic of bruxism, or teeth grinding) can lead to severe damage of the tissue in the joint that connects your jaw to the rest of your skull.  If you are prescribed a night guard, then the added responsibility of keeping it clean will be added to your dental routine. In which case, a natural product like Prodentclean will be essential.

Additional symptoms that could signal additional medical referrals include persistent bleeding gums or bad breath, white patches inside your cheeks and mouth, inflamed gums, and extremely dry mouth. Each of these symptoms could mean something more is going on and is worth checking out with a primary care physician or specialist.

Learn more about dental symptoms and what health related issues could be going on.

Sources: http://www.oprah.com/health/what-the-mouth-reveals-about-body-health#ixzz58cK4hQ00