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mouthwash

a medicated aqueous solution, used for gargling and for cleansing the mouth
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Second, any mouthwash that claims to be "antiseptic" or "anti-bacterial" is a bad idea.
Dong-A, which is best known for its energy drink Bacchus, used traditional media such as television to advertise and market the mouthwash.
USA], Nov 25 ( ANI ): Do you have this habit of using oral mouthwash at least twice a day?
The increased risk of Type 2 or pre-diabetes kicks in for those who use mouthwash twice a day, compared with once a day or never.
There has been a surprising lack of attention to mouthwash and how it affects children," says dentist and bacteriologist Harold Katz, founder of California Beach Clinics and developer of TheraBreath oral care products.
We're incredibly excited to introduce the new Colgate Total Advanced Health mouthwash alongside the relaunch of our Simplemente Saludable initiative," said Carla Kelly, general manager of multicultural marketing at Colgate-Palmolive.
6% reported the use of mouthwash during orthodontic treatment.
17) The long-term use of povidone-iodine as a mouthwash solution at ICUs is also not recommended due to its absorption, modifications of the normal oral flora and microbial resistance it may cause.
37) have reported the irritating effect of mouthwashes to the oral mucosa by demonstrating the occurrence of epithelial peeling, mucosal ulceration and inflammation, gingivitis, and petechiae in twenty fifth of 104 dental and dental hygiene students who used 20 ml of a mouthwash for five seconds, twice daily, during a 2-week period.
With previous studies having demonstrated efficacy of some plant extracts reducing microbial growth in subgingival plaques leading to reduction of symptoms, authors of the present study aimed to assess the therapeutic effect of a polyherbal mouthwash formulation containing Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary), Zingiber officinale (ginger) and Calendula officinalis (marigold) in patients with gingivitis.
The firm said the mouthwash has been developed to prevent oral mucositis, one of the most common and debilitating complications of chemotherapy and radiation.