Mouthwashes can stimulate the development of oral cancer or oral, as published in the Dental Journal of Australia. There is sufficient evidence that mouthwashes have the necessary amount of alcohol to cause damage.
This type of mouthwash containing higher concentration of alcohol than wine or beer, being more dangerous. To the point that should be sold by prescription and indicated for use only by a very short period of time, Australian researchers said.
Smoking and drinking alcohol are risk factors for oral cancer, however it is estimated that the excessive use of mouthwash has the same effect as nicotine. Its alcohol compound allows substances like nicotine to penetrate our mouth more easily.
Of course, from Johnson & Johnson came out to deny the accusations and said they developed their research publication based on clinically selected data. Let's wait to continue the investigation to determine if the mouthwash hurts us or not.
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