What kind of shape is your mouth in? Is that a weird question to be asked? Well, think about it. We worry about our cholesterol, our blood sugar, our fat intake and so many other health related conditions but how often do we worry about the condition of our oral hygiene? Are your gums healthy? What do you do to ensure your mouth is healthy and remains that way?
Test Drive Crest Pro-Health
I am taking a challenge with Crest Pro-Heath Invigorating Rinse. The invigorating rinse is supposed to kill germs, reduce plaque, help prevent gingivitis, keep teeth cleaner, freshen breath, and provide an invigorating sensation. I’ve decided to test it and see if it holds true to it’s word. I started using it this past Monday and so far, so good.
My Oral Hygiene Background
My personal oral hygiene leaves much to be desired. It isn’t because I don’t brush – I do. Every day. Twice a day, when possible three times. I have been using a mouthwash on and off for years, but it was not Crest. I have gone through periods of regular flossing and not so regular flossing. What did it get me? A mouth full of fillings, a few root canals, a couple crowns, and the beginning of gingivitis. I am nearly 45 years old and I am not ready for dentures.
In order to be fair I am making a promise to brush twice a day – minimum. Use Crest Pro-Health Invigorating Rinse at least twice a day. Floss at least once a day. It’s time to take back control over my oral health. I’ll post again in a couple weeks to let you know any changes I’ve notice, if there are any.
Wish me luck!Disclosure: I wrote this review while participating in a test drive campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Crest and received a sample to facilitate my candid review. Mom Central Consulting sent me a gift card to thank me for taking the time to participate.