November 22nd, 2012, 01:07 PM
Oral Rinse: Hydrogen Peroxide vs ST-37? Or Something Better
Although I certainly know there is no perfect way of reducing germs/disease-potential after oral/rimming by using a rinse, I still think there is some advantage in an over-the-counter rinse.
Any thoughts or experience re ST-37 as opposed to simple hydrogen peroxide? Or is there some other type of solution that would be good to use after oral activity?
November 22nd, 2012, 09:12 PM
Re: Oral Rinse: Hydrogen Peroxide vs ST-37? Or Something Better
Simple hydrogen peroxide is really all you need unless you think that spending nearly 20 bucks for ST-37 sounds better. Hydrogen peroxide is very cheap and very effective when used as a mouthwash. It is recommended that you use one part hydrogen peroxide to one part water. It's also good for keeping your gums healthy as well as making your teeth whiter over time. It's an old tried and true anti-bacterial.