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Synonyms for mouthwash

a medicated solution used for gargling and rinsing the mouth


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Chlorhexidine gluconate is the most effective antiseptic mouth rinse available today.
Essential Oils refer to over the counter antiseptic mouth rinse containing 2 phenol related essential oils, thymol and eucalyptol mixed with menthol and methyl salicylate in a hydro-alcoholic vehicle.
The mechanisms of action for this antiseptic mouth rinse formulation are two-fold: rupturing of the bacterial cell membrane resulting in cell death and preventing bacterial aggregation and recolonization, thus decreasing plaque mass.
16) There is limited research available to support recommending aloe vera gel over other antiseptic mouth rinse to control gingival diseases.
Many antiseptic mouth rinse products contain alcohol (ethanol) to keep flavoring agents and active ingredients in solution and biologically active.
Antiseptic mouth rinse active ingredients and/or low pH may affect the hardness, gloss, color and wear of composite restorations.
Five recent studies evaluating the effects of antiseptic mouth rinse on composite restorations found that mouth rinses containing alcohol have a greater effect than non alcohol formulations, deducing that alcohol may cause composite wear.
Variables that influence the effect of antiseptic mouth rinse on a composite restoration are: age of the restoration, material composition and surface roughness.
The addition of our antiseptic mouth rinse confirms our position as the mouth rinse leader in the natural oral care industry.