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rinse

[rins]
(graphic arts)
To wash off; a liquid bath to remove foreign matter.
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Echinacea, goldenseal and grape fruit seed extract are 3 active ingredients in antiseptic aloe vera gel mouth rinse that exhibit anti--inflammatory and antifungal therapeutic effects.
Then the teeth were immersed twice a day in their respective mouth rinse for 1 minute.
based maker of the Proxi brand of toothpaste and mouth rinse, sales of midancl premium-prieed oral care products are up.
The results of this study showed there was no significant difference between both mouth rinses in terms of antimicrobial properties i.
Eleven children received treatment with mouth rinse (n = 6) or gel (n = 5) formulations of the Thymol/Carvacrol mixture (Thy-Car).
Chlorhexidine gluconate is a commonly used broad-spectrum antibacterial mouth rinse that decontaminates the oropharynx and reduces dental plaque (Grap & Munro, 2004; Houston et al.
When a staff nurse explained to a resident that we no longer use chlorhexidine mouth rinse to prevent or treat chemotherapy-induced stomatitis, the resident stated to her, "Show me the evidence.
The mouth rinse and fresh breath mints also help prevent dry mouth, a leading cause of bad breath by stimulating saliva flow.
Using a fluoride toothpaste and mouth rinse can help protect your teeth.
The limited data suggested that fluoride toothpaste is as effective as mouth rinse or gel.
The Natural Dentist toothpaste and mouth rinse contain echinacea, goldenseal, calendula, bloodroot and aloe.
The mouth rinse contains a friendlier GM version of the bug that rots the teeth but, unlike their cousins, these bacteria do not produce enamel-eroding acid.