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mouthwash

a medicated aqueous solution, used for gargling and for cleansing the mouth
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Using an antiseptic mouth rinse to supplement mechanical plaque removal can produce an antimicrobial effect throughout the mouth.
The strips contain the powerful germ-killing ingredients of Listerine antiseptic mouth rinse (thymol, eucalyptol, methyl salicylate and menthol) and are sugar-free and calorie-free.
New Natural Dentist Antiseptic mouth rinse, formulated with menthol as its active ingredient, is said to be the only natural rinse to carry the Food and Drug Administration's over-the-counter drug label.
However, no significant difference was observed on comparing Prodent and Sensodyne Oral antiseptic mouth rinses with control group (p>0.
2) It can be managed by using antiseptic mouth rinses, antibiotics and oral pain medications.
And unfortunately, the active agents contained in short-lived antiseptic mouth rinses, chewing gums and breath mints dissipate or are flushed away quickly.