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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.
Potential photosensitizes include antiseptic mouth rinse, pistachios, parsley, hydrogen peroxide solutions, and isopropyl alcohol solutions.
The Natural Dentist recently launched an antiseptic mouth rinse that features menthol as an active ingredient and that is said to be the only natural rinse to carry the Food and Drug Administration's over-the-counter drug label.
Use of Pre-Procedural antiseptic mouth rinse (0.2% Chlorhexidine, Povidone Iodine).
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.