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Method #3 – Soap and Water for Mouth Guard Cleaning

You could consider washing the mouth guard with anti-bacterial hand soap, or other mild cleanser. Most people will do this in conjunction with other methods. This will help to kill any harmful bacteria that is hiding out in your mouth guard and will keep it clean. You can soap your mouth guard before or after you brush, just make sure that you are rinsing your mouth guard thoroughly before you put it away, or worse yet, back into your mouth.

This is only a basic method for cleaning your mouth guard. You should be doing more than this in order to ensure that the mouth guard lasts. Though you should be doing the above on a daily basis, it is highly recommended that you do some additional cleaning at least once a week. There are a number of suggested methods that you can use in order to ensure that your mouth guard is as clean as possible. When choosing a method to use in order to keep your mouth guard clean, it is important  that you choose the method that best works for you and your lifestyle. This way, you will be sure that you can keep it up over the long haul.

 

 

The Recommended Methods For Cleaning Your Mouth Guard Include:

 

 

Christopher

Christopher has been writing professionally for 17 years. He specializes in health and dentistry. He has written extensively on bruxism, mouth guards and alternative approaches.

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