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Mouth Rinsing Guide for Diabetics

When you’re living with diabetes, you are more susceptible to gum inflammation and you’re at a higher risk for developing the advanced stage of gum disease – periodontitis. Maintaining a consistent oral care routine is crucial to your oral health. The basic steps of daily brushing, flossing and rinsing are the same for you as for everyone who wants a cleaner, healthier mouth, but vigilance is key. Refer to the tips below for guidance.

Why Rinse

BRUSHING ONLY CLEANS 25% OF YOUR MOUTH* <p style="font-size:10px;color:#fff;font-weight:bolder;">*<br> 101756-causes-infection-tonsils/</p>