5 Ingredient Mouthwash

There are only 5 ingredients in Nano Silver Mouth Rinse and you can pronounce them all! Definitely a win in our book. All of these ingredients are processed and handled in our state-of-the-art facility and are 100% vegan. Mouthwash doesn’t have to be complicated and we want to explain why we need each of these ingredients to create a mouthwash that can neutralize oral acid, kill bad breath, soothe dry mouth and so much more.


Nano Silver

Our Nano Silver is plant-based and is the delivery method. There have been many improvements to nanotechnology in the last decade such as more consistent size, stability and biocompatibility. We use Nano Silver because nanoparticles can be used at much lower concentrations, can penetrate the biofilms easily and can help prevent bacteria from sticking to the enamel.



Xylitol is a sugar alcohol that is naturally found in many fruits and vegetables; ours is from corn. It is used to neutralize the acid that is in your mouth and raise the pH level of your mouth. Xylitol can break up biofilm that is already attached to the tooth and prevent new biofilm attachment from occurring.


Xylitol can also:

  1. Reduces lactic acid output from cariogenic organisms
  2. Helps deliver much-needed calcium and phosphate to the tooth

Natural Flavors

Our natural flavors are just that, 100% natural. They are taken from plant extract and used to improve the taste of the mouthwash greenapplecleaningmd.com. We currently have four different flavors on the market: Winter Mint, Cinnamon Clove, Honey Sweet and our newest flavor is Cool Peppermint.



We use water to create the base consistency in our mouthwash. The mountain spring water is run through a reverse osmosis process to ensure high levels of purity.



Calcium is used to remineralize your teeth and is necessary for tooth structure. Your saliva naturally contains calcium, but the added calcium from the mouth rinse is an additional boost. It helps interfere with acid production and neutralize the acid upon contact. The calcium in our mouth rinse is mined from the earth.


4 Reasons Your Teeth Feel Sensitive

Tooth sensitivity is a common dental problem where a tooth or a few teeth feel pain or discomfort when they come in contact with certain substances and certain temperatures.

First off, your tooth feels sensitive because the dentin on your tooth is being exposed which leaves a clear opening to the nerves inside the tooth. The dentin is normally protected by your gums or your enamel so when it comes in contact with hot or cold liquids or certain foods it might elicit a temporary response of pain.

A lot of the times if a tooth starts to feel sensitive we immediately think of cavities as the culprit. However, that’s not always the case.

In fact, there are many different reasons that your tooth might be feeling sensitive:

1. Teeth grinding or clenching, brushing too hard with a hard-bristled toothbrush, eating acidic foods can wear down your enamel and expose the dentin

2. Periodontal disease or Gingivitis can cause your gums to become inflamed and sore leading them to recede and expose the dentin

3. If a cracked tooth is not treated, it can become filled with bacteria and cause inflammation which would lead your tooth to feel sensitive.

4. Use of acidic mouthwashes can damage the dentin layer if they are used for too long. If you use mouthwash, make sure to pick one that is neutral.

Check out this article to learn about how to pick out a mouthwash.

It’s Silver…
For Your Mouth

Our dentist formulated products were carefully designed using the world’s most cutting edge and exciting nanotechnology. It’s also all-natural and not harmful if swallowed. Stop getting BURNED by brands that have antiquated and harmful formulas!

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