Oral Health

Question
Posted by: swg | 2008/12/05

Q.

re corsydol

Good evening

After I had my tooth extracted i used corsydol as advised by my dentist (i remember using this after my osteotomy as well) is it advisable to carry on? The extraction was in September
but somehow my mouth never feels clean enough after flossing and brushing. I also dont have the same result with plax. Its expensive at 60 bucks a bottle and tastes horrible but if its beneficial I dont mind paying for it. I' m having the plates and screws out beginning of jan so can only imagine that I' ll be back using the mouth wash anyway.


What do you suggest?

Swg

ps have a lovely weekend!

Expert's Reply

A.

Oral health expert

No it is not necessary to continue the corsodyl.
a warm salt water rinse helps a great deal too.
I personally would stop the corsodyl.

Thanks

you too

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