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Oral Acid & Enamel Erosion 


Denta-Med pH Neutralising Mouthwash enriched with Sodium Bicarbonate 250mL bottle. Sodium Bicarbonate is well known to help reduce harmful high oral acid levels in the mouth

•Oral pH will alter markedly when consuming fizzy drinks (including sugar-free), sports/energy drinks, citrus fruits, Kombucha, vitamin C tablets, lemon-flavoured drinks or tea, vinegar, wine or pre-mixed alcoholic drinks

•Stomach acid is highly acidic and dentally harmful, causing erosion of tooth enamel. This can lead to substantial dental treatment being required, from fillings through to root canal treatment (if left unchecked)  

•Stomach acid may reach the mouth via vomiting and reflux. Some people are more at risk if suffering from morning sickness, anorexia or bulimia and heartburn


Denta-Med™ pH Neutralising Mouthwash has a welcome refreshing flavour, eliminating the unpleasant taste of home-made ‘sodi-bicarb’ mouthwash

•Best results are achieved by rinsing the mouth with Denta-Med™ pH Neutralising Mouthwash before brushing teeth. Rinse/gargle as frequently as required after consumption of products highly acidic or very low alkaline.


References: , Evans DF, Smith BG. The relationship between gastro-oesophageal reflux disease and dental erosion. J Oral Rehabil. 1996 May;23(5):289-97. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2842.1996.tb00855.x. PMID: 8736440

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