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rinse

[rins]
(graphic arts)
To wash off; a liquid bath to remove foreign matter.
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Mouth rinse solutions were matched for sweetness, color, and flavor using a non-caloric artificial sweetener free of caffeine or added electrolytes.
- The surface hardness values of the nano composites are differently affected by the mouth rinse solutions
They showed that there was 99.91% reduction in the salivary microbial load, before and after the usage of chlorhexidine as a preprocedural mouth rinse. It was also observed that it did not translate into a proportionate reduction of the aerosol load in the same group.
confirmed that supervised regular use of fluoride mouth rinse can reduce tooth decay in children and adolescents."
The students used one mouth rinse for 4 days as the only oral hygiene method and then plaque was scored using Silness and LAle plaque index.
In a study comparing the use of fluorinated solution in the form of mouth rinse only, brushing the teeth only, and associating brushing and rinsing, it was found that the most effective method against the caries was the association of brushing and rinsing, in which the option mouth rinse only was the option which presented the worst results in terms of prevention (CASTELLANOS, 1983).
This minty mouth rinse contains CB12 - a combination of zinc and chlorhexidine that actually destroys the VSCs (volatile sulphur compounds) gas that causes bad breath - instead of just covering it up.
Keywords: Mouth rinse, anti-plaque, anti-gingivitis, xerostomia, oral cancer, composite restorations, essential oils, chlorhexidine gluconate, cetylpyridinium chloride
Despite a statistically significant improvement in PPO with a CHO mouth rinse and magnitude inference analysis reinforcing the potential of the performance benefit, the observed improvement (2.3%) only just exceeded the smallest worthwhile improvement (2%).
The Natural Dentist Healthy Gums Mouth Rinse is effective in alleviating the side effects, according to Calderbank.
Washington, November 8 ( ANI ): A mouth rinse with a glucose-laden drink can improve your self-control, a new study has found.
Students in 96% of the programs are required to administer a pre-procedural mouth rinse reducing the amount of bacteria that would potentially be released in the aerosol produced.