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Tongue exfoliating and scraping can help remove bacteria from the mouth improving your tongue’s appearance and overall sensation.

Scraping the tongue daily removes any build-up on the tongue, which, if left untreated, can lead to bad breath and may house a significant number of bacteria.
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Why scrape & exfoliate my tongue?
Tongue scraping is a fast way to remove extra particles — including the ones that cause bad breath — from the surface of your tongue.

Although no amount of scraping can replace a good toothbrushing, its purported benefits have enticed quite a few to add this extra step to their morning and evening routines.

Debris, bacteria, and dead cells can build up on your tongue over time. This can lead to bad breath and have a negative impact on your overall oral health.

Using a tongue scraper can help remove this buildup, as well as:

  • Improve your sense of taste.
  • Improve the appearance of your tongue. Buildup of excess debris can cause your tongue to take on a white, coated appearance. Daily scraping can help remove this coating and prevent it from returning.
  • Remove bacteria. using a tongue scraper twice a day for seven days reduced the overall incidence of streptococci and Lactobacilli bacteria in the mouth. These bacteria types are known to cause bad breath and dental decay
  • Improve overall health. Removing bacteria is key to preventing cavities, gum disease, and other conditions affecting the mouth.
  • Reduce bad breath. Although tongue scraping can’t replace brushing your teeth, scraping may do some things better. consistency is key.

For example, using a tongue scraper in the morning won’t prevent bad breath from developing later in the day. Bacteria will build up as you eat and drink, so if you’re concerned
about bad breath, you’ll need to scrape after every meal.

At a minimum, scrape your tongue when you brush your teeth. This will help prevent long-term buildup that’s associated with severe bad breath.

Another misconception is that using a toothbrush on your tongue is just as effective as using a tongue scraper. The results suggest otherwise. Researchers found that tongue scrapers removed 30 percent more volatile sulfur compounds on the tongue than a soft-bristled toothbrush.

Although cleaning your tongue with a toothbrush is better than not cleaning it at all, using a tongue scraper is more effective.

All it takes is less than two minutes. Repeat as needed throughout the day.

Tongue scraping can remove food particles and bacteria on the tongue and provide a 75% reduction of halitosis symptoms, 30% more than just brushing alone. Tongue coating is a common symptom of smoking, dry mouth, and yeast infections. It is unsightly and contributes to halitosis.