Mouthwash does not get rid of bacteria that is already in the mouth, gums, and teeth. You can still have bacteria in the teeth and gums and it will go down to the heart. I should know since I take premed before even a cleaning. Mouthwash only make the breath cleaner, does not clean out the bacteria that is already set in the mouth.Caroline, Ottagal didn’t say it reduced previous infection in teeth or gums. She said it reduced the overall bacteria count found in the mouth.
CDC confirms the problem with this issueAntibacterial mouthwash, depending on what it is, disinfects the mouth. The antibiotics attack bacteria that enter the blood stream, preventing them from causing harm.
CDC confirms the problem with this issue
The CDC and FDA have confirmed that there are now over 5 million confirmed cases of Dunning-Kruger Disease (DKD), with all 50 states reporting cases.thesciencepost.com
I'm quite sure you're right, Australia has its fair share ... I understand the best census is undertaken daily on Facebook, with many performing the "self assessments" ...Oh it’s spread far beyond the 50 states. It’s infected countries on at least three continents, maybe more.
Indeed, I recall reading that after surface sterilization that bacteria like propionibacteria (recently renamed) were identified in swabs from around the surgical site within a few hours. It conjectured that it was impossible to sterilize the deep pores (where many live) and that they were just recolonizing the surface.It is extremely hard to sterilize the human body. A study showed that even after betadine was applied to the surface of the human eye bacteria could still be cultured.