Perio Aid Mouth Wash By Bakson Homeopathic

Bakson Perio Aid is a homeopathic medicine that takes care of oral hygiene. It is a complete oral care routine for every day. It is a Mouthwash or mouth rinse that is used as an effective home care system to enhance oral hygiene.

Homeopathic Bakson Perio aid mouth wash gives relief in canker sores, plaque, gingivitis, and tooth decay. It has antiseptic and anti-plaque properties. It is antibacterial and kills bacterial plaque causing cavities, Gingivitis, and bad breath.

  • Brand/Manufacturer: Bakson
  • Availability: Online and at medical stores
  • Type of medicine: Proprietary Homeopathic Medicine
  • Main Indication: Oral Care
  • Presentation: 100 ml Bottle
  • Price of Bakson Perio Aid Mouth Wash: 100 ml @ Rs. 240
  • Contraindications: No known contraindication
  • Interactions: No known interaction
  • Side: effects: No known side effects

Dental hygiene means keeping the mouth and gums clean. It is very important as it prevents disease and keeps us healthy.

A common problem associated with lack of dental hygiene-

Tooth decay– In medical terms, it is known as cavities. It is common problem for people of all ages, but it is seen more commonly in children. It causes pain. In children, it is related to other serious issues like absence of school, difficult concentration, poor appearance. This greatly affects the quality of life.

Gum disease includes infection which is caused by bacteria. It is a serious condition that can destroy the gums and bone. Teeth become loose which makes chewing difficult and teeth are extracted easily. Gum disease may indicate serious disease like diabetes, heart disease, stroke. It may be the result of preterm and low weight births.

Halitosis

Other names-

  • Fetor oris
  • Oral malodor
  • It means chronic bad breath from the mouth.
  • It is a symptom that is difficult to hide. It can cause anxiety in many individuals.
  • It is also associated with depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
  • Genuine bad breath is caused by causes that are found inside the mouth.
  • The remaining cases are caused by the disease of the nose, sinuses, throat, lungs, esophagus, and stomach.
  • Bad breath can also be caused by liver failure or ketoacidosis.
  • Non-genuine cases are those which are due to causes which a person cannot detect easily.

A common cause of bad breath

When biofilm forms on the back of the tongue, below the gum line, or in the pockets caused by gum disease. Bad odor is produced by the breakdown of proteins into amino acids. Amino-acids further break and certain amino acids are produced detectable foul gases. Volatile sulfur is mainly involved in bad breath.

  • The back of the tongue also causes bad breath. Faulty dental work, impactation areas between the teeth also cause bad breath.
  • Viral infection like Herpes simplex and HPV also causes bad breath.
  • The intensity of bad breath may vary during the day, as various food items are consumed during days like garlic, onions, meat, fish, and cheese.
  • Smoking and alcohol consumption may also because of bad breath.
  • The odor may worse upon awakening, as the mouth is inactive during the night.
  • Sometimes bad breath may disappear following eating, drinking, tooth brushing, and flossing.
  • Bad breath may be persistent which affects 25 % of the population.
  • The tongue is another common site for bad breath as bacterias are present tongue and produce fatty acids which are responsible for bad breath.
  • Gum diseases also cause bad breath. Waste products from the anaerobic bacteria growing below the gum line cause a foul smell and thus causes bad breath.
  • Dental decay also causes bad breath as it results in food impaction and stagnation.
  • Dental extraction sockets filled with blood clots can cause bad breath as a multiplication of bacteria is seen.
  • Sometimes when a patient has missing teeth, tilted or spaced, crowded teeth it may result in the pushing of food between teeth.  Food inside teeth causes slow bacterial action which causes a bad odor.
  • Inadequate dental hygiene when old people fail to clean and remove the prosthesis each night may also cause bad breath.
  • Oral infections may cause bad breath.
  • Ulcers in the mouth.
  • Stress and anxiety may also cause bad breath.
  • At mid-cycle and during menses may also cause bad breath.
  • Alcohol and smoking.
  • Medicines prescribed for dry mouth may also result in bad breath.

Diseases like chronic rhinosinusitis, tonsillitis, tonsillolithiasis( tonsil stones), peritonsillar abscess, actinomycosis, fungating malignancies, chondroid choristoma, and inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor, chronic liver failure, lower respiratory tract infections, kidney infections and kidney failure, cancers, Trimethylaminuria (“fish odor syndrome”), diabetes mellitus may also cause bad breath.

Mouth ulcers

Other names: Stomatitis

It occurs due to inflammation of the mucous membrane of the mouth including the lips, without oral ulceration.

Types

  • Herpes stomatitis: It is seen in young children between the ages of six months and 5 years.
  • Aphthous stomatitis: It is more common in young people, most often between 10 and 19 years old.
  • Another name of aphthous stomatitis is canker sores.

Causes

  • Herpes stomatitis is caused by the HSV1 virus.
  • people, most often between 10 and 19 years old.
  • Dryness of oral tissues from breathing through the mouth due to clogged nasal passages can cause stomatitis.
  • Small injuries due to dental work.
  • Accidental cheek bite.
  • Sharp tooth surfaces.
  • Dental braces or retainers.
  • Allergies include gluten allergy, strawberries, citrus fruits, coffee, chocolate, eggs, cheese, or nuts.
  • Conditions like inflammatory bowel disease, autoimmune disease, HIV/AIDS, deficiency of Vitamin B12, folic acid, iron, or zinc may cause this condition.
  • Sometimes certain medicines also cause this stomatitis.
  • These are seen more often in children and teens.

Symptoms

  • Soreness of mouth.
  • Pain along with fever which is seen usually lasts for 7: 10 days.

Herpetic stomatitis is associated with:

  • Multiple blisters occur in the gums, palate, cheeks, tongue, or lip border.
  • Difficulty in swallowing.
  • It causes dehydration.
  • Drooling, pain, and swollen gums.
  • Irritability is seen in children.
  • Fever is seen which can be as high as 104 degrees Fahrenheit. Fever occurs a few days before the blisters appear.
  • When the blisters pop, ulcers can form in their place. Secondary infections of these ulcers can occur. The entire infection lasts between 7 to 10 days.

Symptoms of aphthous stomatitis:

Round or oval ulcers with the red inflamed border are seen. The Center is usually white or yellow. Canker sores are small and oval and heal within 1: 2 weeks without scarring.

Larger, irregular sores can occur with extensive injury and take six or more weeks to heal. These can leave scars on the mouth.

Complications

High-grade fever

Dehydration

Bakson Perio Aid Mouth Wash Composition

Bakson Perio Aid Mouth Wash contains Calendula off., Echinacea and., Hydrastis can.

Calendula officinalis Ø (tincture): It is a very good remedy for open wounds. It relieves parts that will not heal. It can be given for ulcers. It helps in rapid healing by first intention. It is given to prevent bleeding after tooth extraction.

Echinacea Angustifolia:  It is a very good remedy for canker sores. It is given when a patient has receding gums that bleed easily. It is given to a patient when the corners of the mouth and lips are cracked with dryness of the tongue and swollen gums. It promotes the flow of saliva.

Hydrastis Canadensis:  It is given when a patient has a peppery taste in the mouth with a white, swollen, large tongue. Sometimes the slimy coating is seen which shows imprints of teeth. It cures ulceration of the tongue with fissures towards the edges.

Bakson Perio Aid Mouth Wash Benefits

  • It soothes canker sores.
  • It helps in reducing plaque.
  • It is a very good remedy for gingivitis and tooth decay.
  • It has antiseptic and anti: plaque properties that kill bacterial plaque.
  • It is a very good remedy for bad breath. It helps to kill germs and bacteria responsible for bad breath.
  • It helps in oral hygiene as it reaches areas where toothbrushes would otherwise not reach.
  • It makes breath fresh and cool.

Bakson Perio Aid Mouth Wash Important Therapeutic Uses

  • Daily complete oral care routine
  • Bad breath
  • mouth ulcers, inflammation
  • Canker sores
  • Gingivitis

How to Use Bakson Perio Aid Mouth Wash

Mix 15: 20 drops of Bakson Perio Aid Mouth Wash in some water and rinse regularly after every meal. Hold above liquid in mouth for about 30: 40 seconds and rinse out.

How to prevent dental decay?

  • Encourage children to eat a nutritious diet.
  • Avoid frequent between-meal snacking.
  • Always fluoride toothpaste.
  • It is recommended that if a child is less than 7 years old, but only a pea: sized amount on their toothbrush. Seek advice from a dentist or other health care professional before introducing fluoride toothpaste to children under 2 years of age.
  • If your drinking water is not fluoridated, talk to a dentist or physician about the best way to protect your child’s teeth.
  • Dental sealants are sometimes recommended by dentists. These are plastic coatings that are applied to the chewing surfaces of the back teeth.
  • Floss at least once per day.
  • It is best to floss before brushing.
  • Flossing helps to remove plaque from between the teeth and on the gums.
  • Brush teeth twice a day with a soft: bristled toothbrush. It is recommended to brush for 2 minutes each time.
  • Always fluoride toothpaste. Fluoride helps in strengthening tooth enamel and thus prevents tooth decay.
  • It is recommended to replace toothbrushes every 3: 4 months or sooner if needed.
  • A worn-out toothbrush will not clean your teeth as well.
  • Avoid sweets and sweetened drinks. Eating and drinking a lot of sweets increases the risk of cavities.
  • Smokers have more teeth and gum problems than non: smokers. So don’t smoke.
  • In old people, keep dentures clean and soak them in a cleansing solution.

How to Practice Good Oral Care?

  • Avoid hot beverages/food as well as salty, spicy, or citrus-based foods
  • Gargle with cold water or ice pops if burning is present
  • Drink more water
  • Practice proper dental care
  • Saltwater may help. Mix one teaspoon of salt into a cup of water, then take a mouthful of the liquid and hold it in your mouth so it covers the affected area for two minutes, then spits it out. Do not swallow it. Repeat four times a day.
  • Drinking cool water can help to ease a painful mouth.
  • Always schedule for regular checkups with dentists. Many dentists recommend having the teeth professionally cleaned every 6 months.
  • If your mouth is really sore, drinking through a straw can help.

Contraindications, Interactions, Side effects

  • It has no known side effects.
  • It has no known drug interaction.
  • It is completely safe to take this medicine in recommended doses.
  • Homeopathic medicines should be taken after cleaning the mouth and preferably on an empty stomach.
  • Please do not eat strong-smelling food items such as onion, garlic, etc. within half an hour before and after taking the medicine.
  • In case white globules have turned yellow, or sediments appear in the liquid form of medicine, do not take.
  • Do not take tobacco in any form.
  • During homeopathic treatment, no other medicines should be taken, unless suggested by a qualified homeopathic doctor.

Keep the medicines:

  • Away from strong smelling substances like camphor, menthol, etc.
  • In a cool, dry place away from direct exposure to sunlight.
  • Away from the reach of children.

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