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PH Level of Mouthwash?

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The PH level of mouthwash is fairly low to make it acidic. Neutral PH levels are at a seven. Over the counter mouthwashes are between four and five for PH levels. A person's saliva is right below neutral PH levels. It is believed that gum disease forms in an alkaline PH mouth, or one that has a high PH level. The concern is what mouthwash effects are on your body since the acid levels are high.
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