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mouthwash

a medicated aqueous solution, used for gargling and for cleansing the mouth
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Melbourne, Jan 11 (ANI): Australian health experts have warned that top-selling mouthwashes can cause oral cancer and should be pulled from supermarket shelves immediately.
Analgesic mouth gels or mouthwashes may ease the pain.
Like all mouthwashes on the market, ours are clearly marked `Keep out of reach of children' and `Do not swallow.
In addition to its Scope line of mouthwashes, P&G competes in that category with its Crest Pro-Health oral rinse, which is designed to fight plaque and gingivitis as well as bad breath.
The antimicrobial agents found in many mouthwashes and toothpastes could never be used in gum and mints because of poor taste, possible tooth staining, and over-the-counter drug classification," said Wrigley scientist Dr.
Mouthwashes and gargles are proving remarkably successful in dulling noisy breathing vibrations when you are asleep.
NEW YORK -- With nearly three-quarters of a billion dollars in sales every year, mouthwashes and oral rinses represent one of largest and best-performing segments of oral care.
Toothpaste sales fell more than 5% in 2006-07, in contrast to the double-digit growth of both toothbrushes and mouthwashes.
2 million in sales that mouthwashes and dental rinses racked up in supermarkets, drug stores and discount stores (excluding outlets operated by Wal-Mart Stores Inc.