Professional researchers have gained a new understanding of bacterial behavior in the mouth and it revolves around Biofilms. Sounds serious, doesn’t it? Well, it can be if you don’t know what to do about them!
Plaque is type of biofilm. Biofilms are colonies of tenacious, three dimensional masses of bacteria that are the major causes of bad breath and periodontal disease located in the nooks and crannies of the tongue. And they don’t go away easily!
The importance of biofilms lies in the fact that due to their genetic and physical makeup, these colonies of bacteria are 1,500 times more tolerant to antibiotics, antibacterial agents and the body’s immune system, than bacteria not in colony form.
Because of their tolerance to chemotherapeutic/antibacterial treatments, as well as their hard to reach location, the latest research recommends mechanical removal as the only effective way to penetrate and break up the mass. Did you get that? Mechanical removal…they need to brushed away!
This is where the TUNG Brush comes in! The TUNG Brush bristles are uniquely designed to brush your tongue, break through this plaque and get inside those crevices, outperforming your toothbrush, whose bristles are too soft to get the job done, and tongue scrapers. TUNG Gel loosens that sticky plaque and neutralizes the odors associated with it.
You see, tongue scrapers simply slide over the rough surface of your tongue, pushing those nasty biofilms deeper into the crevices. In fact, tongue scrapers can actually damage your tongue. Yikes!
Are you ready to get serious and attack that biofilm in your mouth? Good…then TUNG Brush and Gel is for you! TUNG Brush & Gel is the best tongue cleaner on the market. Get yours today. These oral care products are available online at Amazon.com and Drugstore.com or near you at Rite Aid, Bed Bath & Beyond, Harmon’s, Duane Reade, or Whole Foods in select markets!
Every morning I wake up I have biofilm white coated tongue but I don’t have bad breath what mouthwash an toothpaste should I use
There can be many causes of “white tongue”, and bad breath may or may not always accompany them. (Of course, there is a fair amount of scientific evidence that you can’t smell your own breath, so that’s worth keeping in mind).
If your white tongue is related to biofilm, which is bacterial, or oral thrush, which is fungal, it’s a good idea to manually remove it by brushing your tongue. Often, brushing your tongue twice a day with a TUNG Brush and TUNG Gel (which will neutralize bacteria and help clean the nooks and crannies of your tongue) for 7-10 days will eliminate white tongue.
Unfortunately, neither mouthwash nor toothpaste will likely do much good without manually removing the source of the problem from your tongue.
If you find that you the white substance has not been substantially reduced after a week or two of brushing your tongue twice a day, you may want to see a doctor just to rule out any other health issues.
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