Prevention Oncology Rinse
provides relief for chemotherapy patients, an underserved population.
In a 2014 laboratory study, a 0.4% chitosan-based rinse
was compared to EO and CHG rinses
(% not reported) with regard to the MIC of 5 microorganisms.
Evidence has been accumulated that chlorhexidine (CHX) gluconate-containing oral rinses
have antibacterial activity and reduce bacteria on buccal epithelia and pellicles .
* They found little information about unwanted side effects, or about how well children were able to cope with the use of mouth rinses
Do you recommend the use of chlorhexidine rinses
to the patients at the start of orthodontic treatment?
The study employed a repeated measures, counterbalanced, cross-over design with simple randomization of trial orders and double-blind administration of mouth rinses
. Each participant attended the laboratory on 3 occasions separated by 3-7 days.
) are recommended for use as adjuncts to mechanical plaque control and are proposed to be effective specifically for
Methods: Electronic database searches were conducted using Google Scholar and PubMed to identify articles comparing the effectiveness of 4 commercially marketed antiseptic mouth rinses
differing in active ingredients (0.12% chlorhexidine gluconate, essential oils (menthol, thymol and eucalyptol) and methyl salicylate, 0.7% cetylpyridinium chloride and 20% aloe vera gel) for controlling plaque and gingivitis.
easily and reduces the frustrating frizzies.
The main objective of this study was to determine the in situ antimicrobial effect of 0.1 ppm ozonated water on 24-hour plaque microorganisms following a 30-second rinse
(The cats were not prevented from licking the rinse
solutions, and none developed oral ulcerations.)
Table 2 Mutans streptococci colony forming units expressed in the mean ([+ or -]standard deviation) percentage CFU reduction of the groups treated with mouth rinses
and gels of Lippia sidoides Cham, essential oil and Thymol/Carvacrol mixture.
has unveiled a mouth rinse
as part of its line of natural oral rinses
The Natural Dentist announces the addition of two mouth rinses
to their line of natural, scientifically proven rinses
Fluoride in plaque fluid and saliva after NaF or MFP rinses
. Eur J Oral Sci 1997;105:478-484.