All Dentists will not recommend mouth wash for continuous use. It should be used only as prescribed by the Dentist for a particular time. Maintain good oral hygeine. Brush regularly twice daily morning and night. Rinse your mouth after all meals. Get scaling and polishing of teeth done once every six months.
Any medicine has some sort of side effect. It has to be used within the prescription limits if used excessively it can cause adverse effects. But you should note that mouthwash benefits in gum disease and smell outweigh its side effects. Hope you understood it well.
Some chlorhexidine based mothwashes should not be used more than 15 days. It can cause browinsh yellow stains on teeth. For long term use you can take listerine mouthwash with water dilution. It will not stains teeth surfaces.
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No need to use mouth wash regularly.
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