Smoking & Oral Care

Smoking

Everyone knows that smoking can cause serious health problems. Did you know that smoking is one of the leading risk factors of gum disease?

That's why your dentist and physician strongly agree with the Surgeon General: quitting is the best thing you can do for your mouth and your body. And it is also important to have a healthy oral care routine; it helps reduce the risk of developing gum disease. To learn about the latest ways to quit smoking, talk to your doctor about treatment options.

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Your Mouth is Vulnerable at Night

While you're sleeping, plaque and gingivitis germs multiply and build-up. Protect your mouth with a quick rinse of LISTERINE® Antiseptic before bed.

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Tips for Cleaner, Healthier Mouths

Learn the best ways to keep your mouth healthy, fresh, and ready for anything.

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