Solutions for rinsing the mouth, possessing cleansing, germicidal, or palliative properties. (From Boucher's Clinical Dental Terminology, 4th ed)
Substances which reduce or eliminate dentinal sensitivity or the pain associated with a source of stimulus (such as touch, heat, or cold) at the orifice of exposed dentinal tubules causing the movement of tubular fluid that in turn stimulates tooth nerve receptors.
A disinfectant and topical anti-infective agent used also as mouthwash to prevent oral plaque.
An offensive, foul breath odor resulting from a variety of causes such as poor oral hygiene, dental or oral infections, or the ingestion of certain foods.
Synthetic thermoplastics that are tough, flexible, inert, and resistant to chemicals and electrical current. They are often used as biocompatible materials for prostheses and implants.
Carbonic acid calcium salt (CaCO3). An odorless, tasteless powder or crystal that occurs in nature. It is used therapeutically as a phosphate buffer in hemodialysis patients and as a calcium supplement.
Substances used on humans and other animals that destroy harmful microorganisms or inhibit their activity. They are distinguished from DISINFECTANTS, which are used on inanimate objects.
A source of inorganic fluoride which is used topically to prevent dental caries.
Cationic bactericidal surfactant used as a topical antiseptic for skin, wounds, mucous membranes, instruments, etc.; and also as a component in mouthwash and lozenges.
A plant family of the order Celastrales, subclass Rosidae, class Magnoliopsida, a small family growing in the tropics. Members contain piperidine alkaloids and GLUCOSINOLATES.
Lining of the ORAL CAVITY, including mucosa on the GUMS; the PALATE; the LIP; the CHEEK; floor of the mouth; and other structures. The mucosa is generally a nonkeratinized stratified squamous EPITHELIUM covering muscle, bone, or glands but can show varying degree of keratinization at specific locations.
Inorganic salts of hydrofluoric acid, HF, in which the fluorine atom is in the -1 oxidation state. (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed) Sodium and stannous salts are commonly used in dentifrices.
Inorganic salts of phosphoric acid that contain two phosphate groups.
A solution used for irrigating the mouth in xerostomia and as a substitute for saliva.
The practice of personal hygiene of the mouth. It includes the maintenance of oral cleanliness, tissue tone, and general preservation of oral health.
INFLAMMATION of the soft tissues of the MOUTH, such as MUCOSA; PALATE; GINGIVA; and LIP.
The gradual destruction of a metal or alloy due to oxidation or action of a chemical agent. (From McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 6th ed)
Inorganic fluorides of tin. They include both stannic fluoride (tin tetrafluoride) and stannous fluoride (tin difluoride). The latter is used in the prevention of dental caries.
A plant genus of the family MALVACEAE, order Malvales, subclass Dilleniida. The common name of 'Mallow' may sometimes get confused with other plants.
A film that attaches to teeth, often causing DENTAL CARIES and GINGIVITIS. It is composed of MUCINS, secreted from salivary glands, and microorganisms.
Chemicals especially for use on instruments to destroy pathogenic organisms. (Boucher, Clinical Dental Terminology, 4th ed)
The oval-shaped oral cavity located at the apex of the digestive tract and consisting of two parts: the vestibule and the oral cavity proper.
Inorganic compounds that contain chlorine as an integral part of the molecule.
Inflammation of gum tissue (GINGIVA) without loss of connective tissue.
The clear, viscous fluid secreted by the SALIVARY GLANDS and mucous glands of the mouth. It contains MUCINS, water, organic salts, and ptylin.
A benign, painful, tumor of bone characterized by the formation of osteoid tissue, primitive bone and calcified tissue. It occurs frequently in the spine of young persons. (From Dorland, 27th ed; Stedman, 25th ed)
Inorganic or organic compounds that contain sulfur as an integral part of the molecule.
Single preparations containing two or more active agents, for the purpose of their concurrent administration as a fixed dose mixture.
The refined fixed oil obtained from the seed of one or more cultivated varieties of Sesamum indicum. It is used as a solvent and oleaginous vehicle for drugs and has been used internally as a laxative and externally as a skin softener. It is used also in the manufacture of margarine, soap, and cosmetics. (Dorland, 28th ed & Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
Substances used to clean dentures; they are usually alkaline peroxides or hypochlorites, may contain enzymes and release oxygen. Use also for sonic action cleaners.
A diphenyl ether derivative used in cosmetics and toilet soaps as an antiseptic. It has some bacteriostatic and fungistatic action.
The process by which PAIN is recognized and interpreted by the brain.
Chronic inflammation and loss of PERIODONTIUM that is associated with the amount of DENTAL PLAQUE or DENTAL CALCULUS present. Chronic periodontitis occurs mostly in adults and was called adult periodontitis, but this disease can appear in young people.
Oils which evaporate readily. The volatile oils occur in aromatic plants, to which they give odor and other characteristics. Most volatile oils consist of a mixture of two or more TERPENES or of a mixture of an eleoptene (the more volatile constituent of a volatile oil) with a stearopten (the more solid constituent). The synonym essential oils refers to the essence of a plant, as its perfume or scent, and not to its indispensability.
Substances that inhibit or arrest DENTAL CARIES formation. (Boucher's Clinical Dental Terminology, 4th ed)
Dentifrices that are formulated into a paste form. They typically contain abrasives, HUMECTANTS; DETERGENTS; FLAVORING AGENTS; and CARIOSTATIC AGENTS.
The act of cleaning teeth with a brush to remove plaque and prevent tooth decay. (From Webster, 3d ed)
Substances and materials manufactured for use in various technologies and industries and for domestic use.
Formal voluntary or governmental procedures and standards required of hospitals and health or other facilities to improve operating efficiency, and for the protection of the consumer.
An agency of the PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE concerned with the overall planning, promoting, and administering of programs pertaining to maintaining standards of quality of foods, drugs, therapeutic devices, etc.
Substances intended to be applied to the human body for cleansing, beautifying, promoting attractiveness, or altering the appearance without affecting the body's structure or functions. Included in this definition are skin creams, lotions, perfumes, lipsticks, fingernail polishes, eye and facial makeup preparations, permanent waves, hair colors, toothpastes, and deodorants, as well as any material intended for use as a component of a cosmetic product. (U.S. Food & Drug Administration Center for Food Safety & Applied Nutrition Office of Cosmetics Fact Sheet (web page) Feb 1995)
An application that must be submitted to a regulatory agency (the FDA in the United States) before a drug can be studied in humans. This application includes results of previous experiments; how, where, and by whom the new studies will be conducted; the chemical structure of the compound; how it is thought to work in the body; any toxic effects found in animal studies; and how the compound is manufactured. (From the "New Medicines in Development" Series produced by the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association and published irregularly.)
That segment of commercial enterprise devoted to the design, development, and manufacture of chemical products for use in the diagnosis and treatment of disease, disability, or other dysfunction, or to improve function.
Behaviors associated with the ingesting of alcoholic beverages, including social drinking.
Alkyl compounds containing a hydroxyl group. They are classified according to relation of the carbon atom: primary alcohols, R-CH2OH; secondary alcohols, R2-CHOH; tertiary alcohols, R3-COH. (From Grant & Hackh's Chemical Dictionary, 5th ed)
The industry concerned with processing, preparing, preserving, distributing, and serving of foods and beverages.
A plant genus of the family Aloeaceae, order Liliales (or Asphodelaceae, Asparagales in APG system) which is used medicinally. It contains anthraquinone glycosides such as aloin-emodin or aloe-emodin (EMODIN).
Mushrooms in the order AGARICALES containing B vitamins, cortinelin, and the polysaccharide LENTINAN.
A five-carbon sugar alcohol derived from XYLOSE by reduction of the carbonyl group. It is as sweet as sucrose and used as a noncariogenic sweetener.

Salivary contribution to exhaled nitric oxide. (1/260)

Dietary and metabolic nitrate is distributed from the blood to the saliva by active uptake in the salivary glands, and is reduced to nitrite in the oral cavity by the action of certain bacteria. Since it has been reported that nitric oxide may be formed nonenzymatically from nitrite this study aimed to determine whether salivary nitrite could influence measurements of exhaled NO. Ten healthy subjects fasted overnight and ingested 400 mg potassium nitrate, equivalent to approximately 200 g spinach. Exhaled NO and nasal NO were regularly measured with a chemiluminescence technique up to 3 h after the ingestion. Measurements of exhaled NO were performed with a single-breath procedure, standardized to a 20-s exhalation, at a flow of 0.15 L x s(-1), and oral pressure of 8-10 cmH2O. Values of NO were registered as NO release rate (pmol x s(-1)) during the plateau of exhalation. Exhaled NO increased steadily over time after nitrate load and a maximum was seen at 120 min (77.0+/-15.2 versus 31.2+/-3.0 pmol x s(-1), p<0.01), whereas no increase was detected in nasal NO levels. Salivary nitrite concentrations increased in parallel; at 120 min there was a four-fold increase compared with baseline (1.56+/-0.44 versus 0.37+/-0.09 mM, p<0.05). The nitrite-reducing conditions in the oral cavity were also manipulated by the use of different mouthwash procedures. The antibacterial agent chlorhexidine acetate (0.2%) decreased NO release by almost 50% (p<0.01) 90 min after nitrate loading and reduced the preload control levels by close to 30% (p<0.05). Sodium bicarbonate (10%) also reduced exhaled NO levels, but to a somewhat lesser extent than chlorhexidine acetate. In conclusion, salivary nitric oxide formation contributes to nitric oxide in exhaled air and a large intake of nitrate-rich foods before the investigation might be misinterpreted as an elevated inflammatory activity in the airways. This potential source of error and the means for avoiding it should be considered in the development of a future standardized method for measurements of exhaled nitric oxide.  (+info)

Phase I study of transforming growth factor-beta3 mouthwashes for prevention of chemotherapy-induced mucositis. (2/260)

The purpose of this study was to establish the safety and tolerability of recombinant transforming growth factor-beta3 (TGF-beta3; CGP 46614) mouthwashes intended for prevention of chemotherapy-induced mucositis. Local effects were especially analyzed by objective and subjective measurements of mucositis. Secondary aims were analysis of potential systemic exposure and development of anti-TGF-beta3-antibodies. Eleven breast cancer patients received chemotherapy with 1.5 g/m2 cyclophosphamide i.v., 80 mg/m2 epirubicin i.v., and 1.0 g/m2 5-fluorouracil i.v. (n = 8) or 1.6 g/m2 carboplatin i.v., 480 mg/m2 thiotepa i.v., and 6 g/m2 cyclophosphamide i.v. divided over 4 days (n = 3). TGF-beta3 mouthwashes (10 ml; provided by Novartis, Basel, Switzerland) were administered for 4 days, four times a day, starting 1 day before chemotherapy. The dose was escalated in following patients from 25 microg/ml (n = 3) to 50 microg/ml (n = 3) and 100 microg/ml (n = 5). Clinically, the mucosa was scored objectively and according to WHO criteria. The percentage of viable oral epithelial cells was determined by trypan blue dye exclusion. Morphology of cells was assessed in buccal smears. Plasma samples were collected for determination of TGF-beta3 levels and anti-TGF-beta3-antibodies. Adverse events were recorded by the patient in a diary. Mouthwashes with TGF-beta3 were well tolerated. Three patients scored for mucositis > grade 0 (WHO grading criteria). The percentage of viable oral epithelial cells in patients treated with 1.5 g/m2 cyclophosphamide i.v., 80 mg/m2 epirubicin i.v., and 1.0 g/m2 5-fluorouracil i.v. was stable, whereas in patients treated with 1.6 g/m2 carboplatin i.v., 480 mg/m2 thiotepa i.v., and 6 g/m2 cyclophosphamide i.v. divided over 4 days, an increase was observed. The morphology of buccal cells showed a transient shift from mature to immature cells in the first week. Neither systemic absorption of TGF-beta3 nor development of TGF-beta3-antibodies was observed. TGF-beta3 mouthwashes were well tolerated and deserve further study in preventing chemotherapy-induced mucositis.  (+info)

Genetic fingerprinting in mouthwashes of patients after allogeneic bone marrow transplantation. (3/260)

Detection of chimerism by PCR analysis of short tandem repeats (STR) in blood samples of patients who received allogeneic bone marrow transplantation (BMT) has proved to be an important method for early detection of relapse. The prerequisite for this type of analysis is knowledge of donor and recipient pretransplantation genotypes. In some cases, recipient cells from time points prior to BMT are not available and the pretransplant fingerprint cannot be determined. As BM recipients only alter their genotype in blood cells, we attempted to identify patient's pretransplantation genotypes after transplantation in mouthwash samples that contain easily accessible epithelial cells. Of 17 patients who had undergone BMT between one week and 45 months prior to analysis, DNA was isolated from mouthwash cell pellets or from epithelial cells obtained from mouthwashes. PCR analysis of STR loci in the von Willebrand and the tyrosine hydroxylase genes were performed. Even though the mouthwash cell pellets contained about 75% epithelial cells (presumably of recipient origin) and only about 25% leukocytes (presumably of donor origin), three of five patients showed donor genotype and only two patients exhibited chimeric DNA patterns, when cellular DNA was obtained by boiling of mouthwash cell pellets. Following phenol/chloroform extraction, eight of 10 DNA samples exhibited a chimeric pattern, while two of 10 DNAs showed only donor genotype. Of three patients, epithelial cells were attached to magnetic beads prior to DNA isolation. Even this DNA contained donor and recipient material. From our results it appears that blood cells serve as preferential DNA source in mouthwash samples and cannot be removed by epithelial cell separation.  (+info)

A clinical comparison of the efficacy and efficiency of two professional prophylaxis procedures in orthodontic patients. (4/260)

This study compared the efficacy and efficiency of two professional prophylaxis procedures in orthodontic patients performing different oral hygiene regimens: the air powder polishing system (APP), and the rubber cup and pumice (RCP) technique. Sixty-two patients were divided into two groups: group I included 40 subjects who did not use any chlorhexidine mouthwash and group II comprised 22 subjects who regularly rinsed with a chlorhexidine mouthwash (at a 0.12 per cent concentration) and showed increased tooth staining. Using a split-mouth experimental design, the buccal and lingual tooth surfaces were cleaned in half of the mouth by the APP and in the opposite half by the RCP technique. Tooth surfaces were scored before (PRE) and after (POST) the experimental procedures for the plaque index (PI), and for the presence of tooth staining. In addition, the treatment time required by each procedure was recorded. In test group I, significant reductions in the PI after APP and RCP were observed. Likewise, in test group II, both procedures significantly reduced the baseline PI values. In both experimental groups, the percentage of stained sites significantly decreased after APP and RCP, but in test group II, APP seemed to be more effective than RCP. In addition, APP required significantly less time than RCP to remove dental plaque and staining. These data show that both professional prophylaxis procedures are effective in orthodontic patients, with APP being the most time-efficient technique and the most effective method for removal of tooth staining.  (+info)

Self-collection of oral epithelial cell DNA under instruction from epidemiologic interviewers. (5/260)

Oral epithelial cells provide an easily accessible source of germline DNA. Two methods for collection were compared in a 1992-1995 case-control study of oral cancer in Puerto Rico. One group of subjects (55 controls without oral cancer) collected oral rinse samples at home or work under the direction of a nonmedically trained interviewer ("self-collection"); the other group (94 controls) participated in a clinic-based collection, which also included blood and urine samples, conducted by a medical technician ("clinic collection"). Participation was higher for self-collection (98.2%) than for clinic collection (70.7%) (p < 0.001). DNA yields ranged from 2.0 to 204.5 microg (median, 25.9 microg) and did not differ by collection method, although yields varied by interviewer among self-collected samples (p = 0.02). Success rates for polymerase chain reaction amplification of the ADH3, NAT1, and multiplex CYP1A1/GSTT1/GSTM1 genotyping assays ranged from 76.4% (NAT1) to 98.2% (ADH3) for self-collected samples and were similar to those for clinic-collected samples (87.2-97.9%). Failure to amplify was associated with low DNA content (p = 0.015). Similar results were observed among cases (91 self-collected, 66 clinic collected), except that DNA yields did not vary by interviewer and a larger fraction (10.2%) of samples contained less than 5 microg of DNA, perhaps because of disease-related oral impairment. Self-collection of oral epithelial DNA samples appears satisfactory and efficient for many epidemiologic studies.  (+info)

Characterization of exhaled nitric oxide: introducing a new reproducible method for nasal nitric oxide measurements. (6/260)

Nitric oxide (NO) is present in the human nasal airways and has been suggested to originate primarily from the paranasal sinuses. The aim of this study was to establish a new and reproducible method for measurement of nasal NO. Through repeated single-breath measurements the intra- and inter-individual variations of NO levels in nasally (into a tightly fitting mask covering the nose) and orally exhaled air were determined in healthy humans. Variations due to the methods used were investigated. The contribution of oral NO to the nasal exhalations by introducing a mouthwash procedure was also studied. This study shows distinct individual values of NO in nasally and orally exhaled air of healthy humans. Some diurnal variability was also found with a rise in NO in nasally and orally exhaled air over the day, but no, or little, day-to-day variability when comparing the results from separate mornings. There was no correlation between NO levels in nasally and orally exhaled air, whereas there was a strong correlation between NO levels in air exhaled through the left and right nostril. The levels of NO in air exhaled at 0.17 L x s(-1) through either nostril separately were higher than in air exhaled at the same flow rate through both nostrils simultaneously. After the introduction of a mouthwash procedure the level of NO in orally, but not nasally exhaled air was reduced. To conclude the method using nasal exhalation into a nose mask is highly reproducible. It is also suggested that subtracting the level of NO in orally exhaled air, after mouthwash, from that in nasally exhaled air, would adequately reflect nasal NO levels.  (+info)

Reduction of saltiness and bitterness after a chlorhexidine rinse. (7/260)

Chronic rinsing with chlorhexidine, an oral-antiseptic, has been shown to decrease the saltiness of NaCl and the bitterness of quinine. The effect of acute chlorhexidine on taste has not been investigated. The purpose of the present study was to examine the effect of acute chlorhexidine rinses on taste intensity and quality of 11 stimuli representing sweet, salt, sour, bitter and savory. All stimuli were first matched for overall intensity so the effects of chlorhexidine would be directly comparable across compounds. As a control treatment, the bitter taste of chlorhexidine digluconate (0.12%) was matched in intensity to quinine HCl, which was found to cross-adapt the bitterness of chlorhexidine. Subjects participated in four experimental conditions: a pre-test, a quinine treatment, a chlorhexidine treatment, and a post-test condition, while rating total taste intensity and taste qualities in separate test sessions. Relative to the quinine treatment, chlorhexidine was found to decrease the salty taste of NaCl, KCl and NH4Cl, and not to significantly affect the tastes of sucrose, monosodium glutamate (MSG), citric acid, HCl and the taste of water. The bitter taste of urea, sucrose octa-acetate and quinine were suppressed after chlorhexidine rinses relative to water rinses, but were only marginally suppressed relative to quinine rinses. Potential mechanisms are discussed.  (+info)

The effect of swallowing or rinsing alcohol solution on the mouth alcohol effect and slope detection of the intoxilyzer 5000. (8/260)

Nine female and 21 male alcohol-free subjects introduced 10 mL of diluted gin (20% v/v alcohol) into their mouths under two conditions. The subjects either rinsed the alcohol for 10 s and then expectorated or immediately swallowed. They then provided breath samples into an Intoxilyzer 5000 at 5 and 10 min postadministration for both conditions. The mean Intoxilyzer results plus or minus one standard deviation (n = 30) were 0.091+/-0.051; 0.036+/-0.027; 0.014+/-0.011, and 0.004+/-0.006 g/210 L for 5 min after rinsing, 5 min after swallowing, 10 min after rinsing, and 10 min after swallowing, respectively. The percentages of times that mouth alcohol was correctly detected by the Intoxilyzer 5000 were 90%, 66%, 62% and 30% for these conditions, respectively. Ten minutes after the introduction of alcohol into the mouth, 63% of the Intoxilyzer results were > 0.010 g/210L after rinsing compared with only 7% after swallowing. The mouth alcohol effect is greater for rinsing than for swallowing alcohol.  (+info)

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The Truth About Mouthwash. The product that is used for maintaining oral hygiene is called a mouthwash. It is a medicated solution that is used to gargle for a cleaner mouth. In other words, a mouthwash can also be called a mouth rinse. Mouthwashes have antiseptic and anti plaque components that help in killing germs, thereby preventing plaque, gingivitis and also bad breath. There are various mouth rinses available that are anti cavity as well. These mouthwashes have fluoride that helps in averting tooth decay. However, dont stop brushing your teeth or flossing even if you use a mouthwash.. Generally, the standard quantity of mouthwash required by an individual to rinse the mouth twice a day is approximately 20ml. To get good results from a mouth rinse, you must gargle with the mouthwash for about thirty secpmds and then spit it out.. Thymol, eucalyptol, methyl salicylate, menthol, chlorhexidine gluconate, benzalkonium chloride, cetylpyridinium chloride, hydrogen peroxide, fluorides, enzymes ...
Lets take a closer look at how the researcher came to find sufficient evidence for this link. This new Australian study is actually a review of the existing evidence, although similar reviews in the recent past have concluded that there is not enough evidence for a link between alcohol-containing mouthwash and cancer.. This new review places a lot of emphasis on a large study carried out in Latin America and Central Europe in 2007. The study looked at the link between many elements of oral hygiene and mouth cancer. The investigation of a link between mouthwash use and mouth cancer formed only a small part of the study.. Although the findings did suggest that mouthwash use may increase the risk of mouth cancer, the researchers warned that their findings should be interpreted with caution, largely because they did not record the alcohol content of the mouthwash, the length of time that people had used mouthwash, or how long they held it in their mouth. The researchers on the Latin American ...
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January 11, 2017 -- Rinsing with the antiseptic mouthwash Listerine for one minute can significantly reduce the prevalence of gonorrhea-causing bacteria, according to a new study. Now, researchers want to know whether Listerine can also help prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infections (STIs).. In 1879, the manufacturer of Listerine claimed the mouthwash could cure gonorrhea. With gonorrhea infections increasing worldwide, a team of researchers from Melbourne, Australia, thought it was a good time to investigate whether Listerine really does inhibit the growth Neisseria gonorrhoeae in the mouth and throat. The findings of their small study were published in the journal Sexually Transmitted Infections (December 20, 2016).. If Listerine has an inhibitory effect against N. gonorrhoeae in the pharynx, it could be a cheap, easy to use, and potentially effective intervention for gonorrhea prevention and control, wrote the authors, led by Eric Chow, MPH, PhD. Chow is a senior research fellow ...
Although using mouthwash is certainly not the equal of brushing and flossing, it does have benefits for your dental hygiene. If you use mouthwash regularly, you should find out which type is best suited for your needs. Here are some things to think about the next time youre at the store.. The first item to weigh is why you want to use mouthwash. If the reason involves a high risk for cavities, you should focus on a mouthwash that contains fluoride. Make sure to double-check the label, because some mouthwashes do not necessarily include fluoride.. If youre looking for a mouthwash to fight gingivitis, select an oral rinse with antibacterial properties. Make sure to read labels and avoid picking one that contains alcohol. Antibacterial mouthwash would also be best for a patient who has periodontal disease.. Another option is prescription mouthwash. These should be discussed with Dr. Sal Zammitti and Dr. Matthew P. Gidaly and/or your pharmacist in order to avoid negative side effects. Pay close ...
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I was recently asked for my opinion on mouthwash. Due to the use of saccharin as a sweetener in mouthwash a friend of mine was very concerned. She takes great care of her diet and health and didnt want to expose even just her mouth to saccharin that is commonly used to sweeten mouthwash. She asked me and a few other health Gurus what we thought about the use of mouthwash with saccharin. I dont use mouthwash personally. There is an increased risk of cancer associated with mouthwash use and saccharin is likely one of the main culprits of that risk - that and the eradication of the protective bacterial balance (probiotics) in the mouth. The conversation about mouthwash that my friend initiated inspired me to do an oral health article.. Ive learned so much recently and wanted to share what Ive learned. I just had a dental appointment and was spontaneously informed that my gums are in great shape! Thats when I began to share what it is exactly that I do. Thankfully my dentist is very open to ...
Hello everybody and welcome to this podcast episode. Today we are talking about a very popular product, Listerine. I will tell you, at my office, anytime we get samples, nothing flies off the shelf faster than Listerine. It is the ultimate crowd pleaser, at least for me at my office. Patients love it, they love getting their samples, and they love rinsing with it at my office. So I think its pretty important because Listerine has a very large product lineup and I want to go over all what they have to offer.. First, thank you to Carrie Anderson, she is my Listerine rep, she went through a lot of effort to get me all this information, because I was asking her a bunch of questions about the product, so I do appreciate that. All in all Listerine, believe it or not, has twelve different mouth rinses. I did not know that myself, Im thinking they have two or three… Twelve different mouth rinses. Broken up into three major categories. Their antiseptic line, their anti-cavity line, and then their ...
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Now that you know more about each type of mouthwash, you can filter through common questions to help pick the right one for you. When should you use your mouthwash? What do dentists recommend?. Therapeutic mouthwashes often contain essential ingredients like fluoride that have been proven to reduce plaque and fight cavities. Using these mouthwashes after brushing allows you to rinse out any remaining bacteria that has been loosened during flossing and brushing as well as protect your teeth for the hours following their use.. According to the American Dental Association, the order of use is less important as long as you do brush and floss. The only exception to this recommendation is when using a fluoride mouth rinse. You should refrain from eating, drinking, or even rinsing your mouth with water after using a fluoride mouthwash. This allows extra time for your mouth to use the fluoride to protect your teeth.. When using fluoride toothpaste, you can brush after using mouthwash, but after brushing ...
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Mouthwashes can be a useful defense against the novel coronavirus, killing the virus within 30 seconds found a lab experiment according to a study by researchers at Cardiff University in the United Kingdom.. The findings of the study which showed promising signs of the use of mouthwash against different pathogens were in line with previous studies on mouthwashes that claimed a similar outcome.. Also read: Mouthwash can reduce Covid-19 viral load: Study. Both the studies, cited in the India Today report, found that cetyl pyridinium chloride (CPC), used in mouthwash, can eradicate coronavirus in a lab.. The researchers also pointed out that it is still not clear whether mouthwash can be used for the treatment of Covid-19 as it requires mouthwash to clear the virus from the lungs as well, which is not possible in the natural course.. During a 30-second exposure, two rinses containing cetylpyridinium chloride and a third with ethanol/ethyl lauroyl arginate eliminated the live virus, the authors of ...
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Careful quantitative assessment of data regarding use of mouthwash and risk of common oral conditions reveals that there is a clear evidence of benefi t from use in terms of reducing the risk of dental plaque, gingivitis, dental caries and that there are no major adverse effects including no evidence of an increased risk of oral cancer among users of mouthwash containing alcohol. Despite limitations in the quality of many studies conducted, there is a signifi cant reduction of both dental plaque and gingivitis associated with use of mouthwash preparations containing chlorhexidine or essential oils as an adjunct to standard care. The effect of mouthwash containing essential oils on both plaque and gingivitis is less than chlorhexidine in studies of less than 3 months duration but improves with increasing duration of use and equals or exceeds the effect of chlorhexidine when use is 6 months of longer. Mouthwash preparations containing cetylpyridinium or triclosan may also be effective, but less ...
When discussing if mouthwash or saltwater is better, it isnâ t a clear-cut easy answer. It ultimately boils down to what you need to use an oral rinsing solution for.. Saltwater rinse is often recommended for soothing oral pain as mentioned above and it is excellent at killing bacteria because the said bacteria cannot live in salt (hence why it can be used for meat preservation). But is it better than traditional mouthwash? Well, that depends on what mouthwash you are using at the end of the day. There are a wide variety of mouthwash products on the market that aim to do different things. For daily rinsing, you are going to have an advantage by using a mouthwash both containing fluoride and bacteria-killing properties.. However, as long as you are brushing twice a day and flossing once, using either rinsing methods will do the trick in terms of eliminating excess bacteria throughout the day. Just be sure to not rinse with alcohol-based mouthwash if you have burns, sores, or wounds inside your ...
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If today you a dentist, they will most probably recommend you to use a mouthwash product for better oral health. It does not matter your dental concern, but mouth washing is a critical oral health activity. A mouthwash product is recommended for children who are above six years and adults. Not only will it freshen your mouth breath, but it also helps to fight gingivitis and plaque. It prevents tartar, cavities, and periodontal diseases. It whitens your teeth, soothes any minor irritation and treats halitosis. However, when you want to buy a mouthwash product, the many brands available in the market can confuse you. To help you pick the best mouthwash, we reviewed many mouthwash brands and came up with the best 5 mouthwash products on the market today.. ...
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Dear Madam, dear Sir: With interest, we read the paper of Chow et al. (1) reporting that Listerine antiseptic mouthwash can kill Neisseria gonorrhoeae in vitro and reduce the amount of gonococci on pharyngeal surfaces. There is no doubt that measures beyond antibiotic treatment of gonococcal infections detected clinically or by laboratory testing are needed to reduce the prevalence of infection and that mouthwash can diminish the gonococcal load of the oral cavity. However, we would like to point out that antiseptic mouthwash is no reliable means to prevent transmission of gonorrhea and for the following reasons may lead to a false sense of security in the persons concerned: i. Although MSM with culture-proven oral gonococcal infection were significantly less likely culture-positive after rinsing and gargling with Listerine for one minute, compared to phosphate-buffered saline (PBS), bacteria were still detected by culture in more than 50%. Daily use of Listerine mouthwash might reduce the rate ...
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Is pot the near future of mouthwash? Businesses racing to create cannabis-based health products state cannabidiol (CBD) and other cannabis-derived chemicals are emerging as promising new tools to stop oral health problems like gingivitis and plaque.. The cannabinoid mouthwash was more effective at killing germs than just two popular over-the-counter compounds.. Most of these reported studies reveal chlorhexidine containing mouthwash as the best mouthwash, nevertheless tooth staining is an unwanted side effect of chlorhexidine, the analysis states. Mouthwash goods with cannabinoids extract offer a much safer and effective option with no fluorides or alcohol Continue reading Pot Mouthwash, Study Shows It Works Better Than Regular Products. ...
Your dentist reminds you at each appointment how important it is to brush and floss your teeth daily, but what about mouthwash? Your dentist does not mention it, but a walk down the dental aisle at your local drug store bombards you with a variety of mouthwash options - making you question if mouthwash is necessary? The truth is both yes and no.. For those who brush their teeth at least twice a day and who floss every single day, mouthwash is not a necessary component of your oral health care routine. Nothing beats the work that floss and a tooth brush can do for your mouth. A toothbrush is designed to loosen the bacteria-laden plaque from the surfaces of the teeth, and floss is the only tool designed to clean the tight spaces between the teeth. If this plaque is removed on a daily basis, then adding mouthwash to your routine is not necessary.. However, there are many people who do not floss on a daily basis and who occasionally skip out on brushing their teeth. If this is you, then mouthwash ...
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Its rather difficult to assess if all of the mouthwashs extensive claims are true. However I have been using the mouthwash daily for almost a year and I have definitely seen a reduction in plaque. I always find that my mouth is left feeling fresh and clean after use. I have tried several different mouthwashes and the listerine fresh mint one is definitely my favourite ...
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There has been concern that the use of alcohol-containing mouthwash such as Listerine may increase the risk of developing oral cancer . [18] [19] As of 2010, 7 meta-analyses have found no connection between alcohol-containing mouthwashes and
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The purpose of this study was to compare the efficacy of Cacao bean husk extract mouthrinse with the addition of xylitol, with chlorhexidine mouthrinse as antiplaque agents in children. Forty children between 8-12 years of age were chosen from a residential school and randomly allocated into two groups. Group A was given 0.1% Cacao Bean Husk Extract Mouthrinse to be used twice daily for 1 month while Group B was given 0.12% Chlorhexidine Mouthrinse to be used twice daily for 1 month. This study confirms that Cacao Bean Husk Extract mouthrinse with the addition of xylitol, was equally effective as the chlorhexidine mouthrinse in reducing the Strep Mutans counts in saliva and reducing the plaque scores in children.. ...
The term gum disease or periodontal disease includes both gingivitis and periodontitis. Gingivitis is the term used for the inflammation of gums. In gingivitis, the gum margins show signs of inflammation without gum recession or bone loss. Chronic gingivitis can be seen in most of the population and it is characterized by tender, swollen, red gums that bleed easily and may be responsible for bad breath in some cases. Gingivitis treatment includes the use of mouthwash but frankly, with the tremendous amount of mouthwashes available in the market, which is the best mouthwash for gingivitis? Continue reading →. ...
False teeth use mouthwash more than toothpaste - What can I do to keep my teeth clean without using toothpaste or mouthwash? Why. You should weigh the pros, cons, risks and benefits of toothpaste, mouthwash... These items have been in history for a long time, and unless youre super allergic to all of them, theres a reason why theyre still used today and recommended by american dental assoc.
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Long Spin Zero is the non alcohol based mouthwash which is flavored with citrus mint. This is the mouthwash specifically produced for those who are suffering from burning mouth syndromes and mouth irritation. In this case, it is recommended to select Long Spin Zero to keep from deteriorating the conditions. This alcohol free mouthwash can be used by all groups of people. This unique flavor of citrus mint is new to the market and to be worth trying. ...
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Background: The aim of this study was to evaluate and compare the changes in the mechanical properties and surface morphology of different orthodontic wires after immersion in three mouthwash solutions. Materials and Methods: In this in vitro study, five specimens of each of 0.016 inch nickel titanium (NiTi), coated NiTi, and stainless steel orthodontic wires were selected. The specimens were immersed in 0.05 sodium fluoride (NaF), 0.2 chlorhexidine, Zataria multiflora extract, and distilled water (control) for 1.5 h at 37°C. After immersion, loading and unloading forces at 0.5 mm intervals and the elastic modulus (E) of the wires were measured using a three-point bending test. Surface changes were observed with a scanning electron microscope (SEM). Two-way analysis of variance and Bonferroni tests were used to compare the properties of the wires. The level of significance was set at 0.05. Results: Statistically significant changes in loading and unloading forces and E of the orthodontic wires ...
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Chlorhexidine Mouthwash Mint containing Chlorhexidine Gluconate is used to treat gingivitis (swelling, redness, and bleeding of the gums).
Fermenting food particles, defective or decaying teeth, pyorrhea, catarrh and slight infections in the mouth, nose, and throat-all produce odors. You can get rid of these odors instantly by gargling and rinsing the mouth with full strength Listerine. Every morning. Every night. And between times before meeting others. Listerine halts fermentation because it is an antiseptic. It checks infection because it is a remarkable germicide.* And it quickly overcomes odors because it is a rapid and powerful deodorant.. Keep a bottle of Listerine handy in home and office and use it always before meeting others. Then you will know that your breath cannot offend. Lambert Pharmacal Company, St. Louis, Mo., U. S. A.. LISTERINE ends halitosis.. *Though safe to use in any body cavity, full strength Listerine kills even the Staphylococcus Aureus (pus) and Bacillus Typhosus (typhoid) germs in counts ranging to 200,000, 000 in 15 seconds (fastest time accurately recorded by science). ...
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The authors show that Klebsiella pneumoniae strains are able to become more resistant to the widely used antiseptic chlorhexidine. They also show that in five of six strains, adaptation to chlorhexidine also led to resistance to colistin, a last-resort antibiotic.. There is a potential risk that colistin resistance will emerge in Klebsiella pneumoniae as a result of exposure to chlorhexidine, given the wide range of products sold to the NHS that contain active concentrations of chlorhexidine.. Klebsiella pneumoniae infections and outbreaks are becoming increasingly common in hospitals and can cause a range of diseases, including pneumonia, bloodstream infections, wound infections, surgical site infections, meningitis and urinary tract infections.. While it is true that chlorhexidine is in a range of products, including mouthwash and wound dressings, the study did not specifically look at mouthwash or any other household products. There is no evidence that using these products is unsafe or has ...
OK now mouthwash, (to me) it does everything toothpaste does really! prevents gingivitis, fights plaque, and also gives you good breath! AND it does in all around the mouth, teeth, roof, gums, etc. so my question is why do we use toothpaste? does toothpaste do something extra that mouthwash doesnt?
I was excited to try the hello products because they come in a bunch of intriguing flavors: supermint, pink grapefruit mint, mojito mint and sweet cinnamint.. Going from the Naturals Dentist orange zest flavored toothpaste to the flavorful pink grapefruit mint was a little shocking at first but after a few days I was used it. I have no complaints about the hello toothpaste and prefer it to the Naturals Dentist toothpaste which often left a funny aftertaste in my mouth.. The mouthwash is pleasant to use to and since it doesnt have a safety cap its easy to open. The lack of a safety cap is a point of pride for hello, which claims the cap is not necessary because the product is not dangerous. The cap is also not your typical cap with markers indicating a proper usage amount. At first I tried to measure the mouthwash into the cap but the double circle design of the cap and the blunt end of the bottle made it messy. I ended up just swigging from the bottle.. After using the hello products for ...
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What are the consequences of intolerable mucositis?. Intolerable OM (grade 3 or higher) deserves more attention as large painful ulcers characterize it. Pain leads to reduced food intake or nutritional deficiencies. Also, mucositis induced dysphagia further reduces patients nutritional intake, leading to malnutrition and secondary bacterial and fungal infections. As a result, the condition worsens, resulting in systemic symptoms such as fatigue, anorexia and depression.. Drugs in OM:. Various drugs have been used to prevent and treat OM, but none have achieved a satisfactory level.. Oral care and mouthwashes to prevent/ reduce the severity of OM:. Recently, oral care has been suggested to play a role in OM progression. Different oral care solutions, such as chlorhexidine, benzydamine, sucralfate, povidone-iodine, and honey, have been found to prevent mucositis or reduce its severity.. Mouthwashes can maintain a clean oral environment and reduce the number of bacteria in the oral cavity, thus ...
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Bleeding gums are among the classic signs of gingivitis together with gum tenderness and inflammation. Gingivitis results from bad mouth bacteria that affect the gums thus causing gum disease. Daily brushing and flossing make some of the best ways of keeping the oral issue at bay. A good mouthwash also comes in handy in killing the germs and bacteria that cause gingivitis.. There are so many types of mouthwashes out there in the market. Some of the mouthwashes are designed to take care of specific oral issues such as bad breath, plaque and gingivitis. It is therefore very important to start by knowing what oral issues you have before you buy your mouthwash, so you can buy the right one for the oral needs you have. When it comes to gingivitis and bleeding gums, a mouthwash that contains antibacterial properties is best. The mouthwash will kill bacteria on contact thus stopping oral health deterioration.. When purchasing, make sure that it is intended for gingivitis. And because some of these ...
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The Marvis Anise Mint mouthwash freshens your breath while also fighting plaque and helps keep your gums and teeth healthy. fights tooth decay protection against plaque ensures fresh breath How to use:After cleaning the teeth, rinse the mouth with mouthwash for the time stated on the label then spit out.
The countless millions spent on fresh breath points out a serious health problem which our society conveniently covers over with mouthwash. Bad breath or halitosis has a number of cases and in order to solve the problem effectively, the causes have to be addressed.. Here stress plays an important part. Stress causes a constriction in our body function and in the mouth affects saliva (which neutralizes harmful bacteria and acids) and other digestive functioning. Improper respiratory function can also contribute to a breath problem. Perhaps the most important organ in our body to control bad breath is the tongue (a powerful filtration and purifying system that works similarly to the kidney. Tongue cleanliness and optimum functioning can go a long way toward healthy, fresh breath. Exercising the tongue increases tongue resiliency and increases resistance to harmful bacteria.. We recommend an alcohol free mouthwash with nutritionally healing properties. ...
Enjoy the natural mouthwash with the essential oils of peppermint. Available for purchase in the office & online. Large glass bottle mouthwash: $18.. Ingredients:. Alkaline water - neutralize acidity in the mouth and promote tooth and gum health. We use TYENT water ionizer for all our alkaline water products.. Essential Oils - Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade essential oils. Across Europe, India, and Asia, it is a popular and ancient practice to ingest essential oils and use them internally. Doctors and other medical practitioners in those countries often prescribe the ingestion of essential oils to heal or manage health issues and to bolster immunity. Even topical application of essential oils shown to reduce gum inflammation and some infections and act as pain relief. We use doTERRA essential oils throughout the office- in all the dental products and the diffusers.. Chlorella - Chlorella is a single-celled freshwater algae. It contains high levels of chlorophyll hence its green color, which ...
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Mouthwash, when used as part of a complete oral health routine, can be a really useful addition. ASDAs Extreme Fresh mouthwash is suitable for people looking to bolster their oral health defences and will leave them with fresh breath. Follow instructions for use and do not swallow.
Halitosis, or bad breath, is a condition caused by bacteria in your mouth, said Jason Woloski, M.D., a Geisinger family physician. The concept behind most popular mouthwashes is to kill the bacteria instead of masking the odor. While its effective for getting rid of bad breath, new studies are raising questions about the safety of repeated mouthwash usage-and even whether it could be linked to diabetes ...
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How NO and other nitrous oxides act as toxins against pathogens in the body are not fully clarified and understood. Can mouthwash cause erectile dysfunction. As mentioned, the microorganisms in the tongue help to form NO by containing bacteria that convert nitrate to nitrite, and when nitrites come into contact with stomach acid - they turn into NO. In this way, the foods we eat can help kill harmful bacteria.. This has been confirmed in animal experiments, where it was shown that anaerobic bacteria (bacteria that do not use oxygen in their energy metabolism) live in the area behind the tongue. This bacterium uses nitrate in its energy conversion rather than oxytocin, and in this energy conversion process, nitrate is reduced to nitrite. Nitrites are preserved in the mouth by the saliva-based environment, and when nitrite is swallowed with saliva, it gets in contact with stomach acid and NO is formed. Can mouthwash cause erectile dysfunction. Not just in the stomach nitrite is converted into NO. ...
Mouthwash and dental floss are two items that are vital in achieving pristine oral health, but they are often pushed aside. Many people dont know or understand the importance of mouthwash and dental floss. With so many products to choose from, its easy to get overwhelmed and avoid the decision. However, we are here
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I have been using listerine on my scalp for my staph infection and it cleared it up but two months later the little bumps and itching have come back so im doing the listerine on my scalp once again,, the bumps go away the next day after spraying listerine full strenght on my scalp, I use the yellow colored listerine mouth wash for this. I also use oregano oil 10 drops per teaspoon of coconut or almond oil,all organic and extra virgin.I put drops of this oil all over my scalp with a medicine dropper and put a shower cap (turned inside out ) over my hair and then put a thin towle over the cap and wear this all day then wash out in the evenings. I will keep using this protocol until I have no more breakouts and hopefully I can kill it soon,, I am also taking colidial silver 1 tablespoon 4xdaily for 7-10 days and use it like an antibiotic and then go down to the regular dosing as listed on the bottle. I do hope this will end my staph infection and hair loss on my scalp ...
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Cetylpyridinium chloride ( CPC ) is a cationic quaternary ammonium compound used in some types of mouthwashes , toothpastes , lozenges , throat sprays, breath sprays, and nasal sprays . It is an antiseptic that kills bacteria and other microorganisms. It has been shown to be effective in preventing dental plaque and reducing gingivitis . It has also been used as an ingredient in certain pesticides . Cetylpyridinium chloride may cause brown stains between the teeth and on the surface of teeth. However, these stains can be easily removed by a dental hygienist during a routine check-up. Synonyms Cetylpyridinium chloride is present in commercial products such as 1-palmitylpyridinium chloride, C16-alkylpyridinium chloride, 1-hexadecylpyridinium chloride, acetoquat CPC, aktivex, ammonyx CPC, cecure, ceepryn chloride, cepacol, ceprim, cepacol chloride, cetafilm, cetamium, dobendan, halset, ipanol, medilave, mercocet, merothol, pionin B, pristacin, pyrisept, and asept. Chemistry Cetylpyridinium chloride has
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If your mouth ulcer is very painful, your GP may prescribe a painkiller that you can apply directly to your ulcer.. Your GP will usually prescribe benzydamine, which can either be taken in the form of a mouthwash or a spray. You will not be able to use benzydamine for more than seven days in a row.. The mouthwash form of benzydamine may sting when you first use it, but this should pass with continued use. However, if the stinging persists, contact your pharmacist or GP.. You may also find that your mouth feels numb when you first use the mouthwash. This is normal and the feeling will soon return to your mouth. When using sprays or mouthwashes, always follow the manufacturers dosage instructions.. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding or trying to get pregnant, tell your GP or pharmacist before taking benzydamine mouthwash ...
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Crest Pro-Health mouthwash side effects[edit]. Tooth staining[edit]. Crest Pro-Health mouthwash contains Cetylpyridinium ... "Mouthwash staining lawsuit dismissed". July 26, 2010. Archived from the original on June 23, 2016. A U.S. ... lawyer sues, claims mouthwash stained teeth". Associated Press. Archived from the original on August 6, 2016. Rossman's lawsuit ... The use of Crest Pro-Health mouthwash during pregnancy has been shown to be associated with a decrease in preterm births, ...
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MouthwashEdit. There are three commonly used kinds of mouthwash: saline (salty water), essential oils (Listerine, etc.), and ... CPC containing mouthwash contains cetyl pyridinium chloride, found in brands such as Colgate Plax, Crest Pro Health, Oral B Pro ... "Essential oils-containing mouthwashes for gingivitis and plaque: Meta-analyses and meta-regression." Journal of Dentistry. 2016 ... Essential oils, found in Listerine mouthwash, contains eucalyptol, menthol, thymol, and methyl salicylate. ...
The company was started by Sheridan Snyder and George M. Whitesides in 1981.[3] Genzyme's scientific founder was Henry Blair who had a contract with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to produce modified enzymes for the NIH to test in clinical trials.[4] Blair was a technician at the New England Enzyme Center at Tufts Medical School.[4] Genzyme's first office was an old clothing warehouse adjacent to Tufts Medical School.[4] In 1981,with the help of venture capital funding, the company made its first acquisition; Whatman Biochemicals Ltd. In 1982, it made its second acquisition, British-based Koch-Light Laboratories, later becoming Genzyme Pharmaceutical and Fine Chemicals.[5] Henri Termeer joined Genzyme as its president in 1983 and worked to redirect the company, which by this time had reached a valuation of $100 million, from its focus on diagnostic enzymes to modified enzymes for use as human therapeutics.[6] In 1984, Robin Berman, MD, who volunteered at the NIH, had a three-year-old ...
Mouthwashes come in a variety of compositions, many claiming to kill bacteria that make up plaque or to freshen breath. In ... Dental research[which?] has recommended that mouthwash should be used as an aid to brushing rather than a replacement, because ... Center for Scientific Information, ADA Science Institute (13 September 2017). "Mouthwash (Mouthrinse)". Oral Health Topics. ...
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Chlorohexidine mouthwash has been popular for its positive effect on controlling plaque and gingivitis, however, a systemic ... Chlorhexidine is another antimicrobial agent used in toothpastes, however it is more commonly added in mouthwash products. ... Vranić, E; Lacević, A; Mehmedagić, A; Uzunović, A (October 2004). "Formulation ingredients for toothpastes and mouthwashes". ... Early dental fluoride preparations (dentifrice, mouthwash, tablets, etc.). Retrieved on April 4, 2013. ...
"Formulation ingredients for toothpastes and mouthwashes". Bosnian Journal of Basic Medical Sciences. 4 (4): 51-58. doi:10.17305 ...
... giving ceremonial mouthwashes and ceremonial bathing; offering sacrificial fires; administering emetics, purges, purges from ...
Joyce Cohen (16 May 2008). "New mouthwashes may help take bad breath away". USA Today. Amara Sohn (3 May 2016). "A Breath of ... Laura Johannes (19 August 2008). "Mouthwashes Promise A Breath of Fresh Air". The Wall Street Journal. ...
Antiseptic mouthwash at this time." and that "More research is needed to understand whether the use of mouthwashes can impact ... Listerine was promoted to dentists for oral care in 1895 and was the first over-the-counter mouthwash sold in the United States ... As the advertising scholar James B. Twitchell writes, "Listerine did not make mouthwash as much as it made halitosis." In just ... Listerine is an American brand of antiseptic mouthwash that is promoted with the slogan "Kills germs that cause bad breath", ...
"Comparative antiplaque and antigingivitis effectiveness of tea tree oil mouthwash and a cetylpyridinium chloride mouthwash: A ... "Mouthwash staining lawsuit dismissed". July 26, 2010. Archived from the original on June 7, 2016. A U.S. ... Crest stated that because of the low incidence of staining, there was no need to label Pro-Health mouthwash as a potential ... lawyer sues, claims mouthwash stained teeth". Associated Press. Archived from the original on 7 June 2016. Rossman's lawsuit ...
"Original Listerine Antiseptic Mouthwash". Retrieved 25 March 2015. Schiestl, F. P.; Roubik, D. W. (2004). "Odor Compound ... It is used as an antiseptic in Listerine mouthwash produced by the Johnson & Johnson company. It provides fragrance to various ...
"Mouthwash staining lawsuit dismissed". July 26, 2010. Archived from the original on June 23, 2016. A U.S. ... Crest stated that because of the low incidence of staining, there was no need to label Pro-Health mouthwash as a potential ... lawyer sues, claims mouthwash stained teeth". Associated Press. Archived from the original on August 6, 2016. Rossman's lawsuit ... The use of Crest Pro-Health mouthwash during pregnancy has been shown to be associated with a decrease in preterm births, ...
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For this reason, the number of toothpastes and mouthwashes that already incorporate nano-hydroxyapatite as a desensitizing ... Studies have found that mouthwashes containing potassium salts and fluorides can reduce dentine hypersensitivity. A randomized ... Desensitizing chewing gums and mouthwashes are also marketed. Potassium-containing toothpastes are common; however, the ... mouthwashes and chewing gums. A variety of toothpastes are marketed for dentin hypersensitivity, including compounds such as ...
Ortega KL, Rech BO, El Haje GL, Gallo CB, Pérez-Sayáns M, Braz-Silva PH (December 2020). "Do hydrogen peroxide mouthwashes have ... Furthermore, a 2020 systematic review on hydrogen peroxid (H2O2) mouth-washes concludes, that they don't have an effect on ... as mouth-washes, hand-washing, etc. A mixture of 62-71% ethanol, 0.5% hydrogen peroxide or 0.1% sodium hypochlorite is found to ...
Patatanian, Edna; Fugate, Susan E. (2006-12-01). "Hemostatic mouthwashes in anticoagulated patients undergoing dental ...
Cohen, Joyce (2008-05-13). "New mouthwashes may help take bad breath away". USA Today. Archived from the original on 2012-06-26 ... mouthwashes, toothpastes and gels, mouth sprays, as preservative in eye drops, and in contact lens cleaning solution under the ...
However, the dose used is far higher than a person would be exposed to in toothpaste or mouthwash. Wang et al. reported that ... It can also be found in some mouthwashes. There is a research ongoing for using poloxamer 407 for aligning severed blood ... It was reported in The Australian newspaper 18 November 2006 that this common ingredient in toothpaste and mouthwash can cause ...
The tested mouthwashes raised pH higher than water. Mouthwashes with a neutralizing effect can potentially reduce tooth erosion ... Mouthwashes also vary greatly in pH from pH 4.40 to 6.80. Mouth rinsing after an acidic challenge increased salivary pH. ... "Neutralizing salivary pH by mouthwashes after an acidic challenge". Journal of Investigative and Clinical Dentistry. 8 (2): ...
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This pertains particularly to liquid cold medicines and mouthwashes. Ethanol avoidance includes avoiding the ingestion of and, ...
Another review concluded that the supervised regular use of a fluoride mouthwash greatly reduced the onset of decay in the ... The process is dynamic, however, as remineralization can also occur if the acid is neutralized by saliva or mouthwash. Fluoride ... Topical fluoride is used in toothpaste, mouthwash and fluoride varnish. Standard fluoride toothpaste (1,000-1,500 ppm) is more ... Additional aids include interdental brushes, water picks, and mouthwashes. The use of rotational electric toothbrushes might ...
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... using a different mouthwash (e.g. salt water), or foregoing mouthwash entirely. Prescription mouthwashes are used prior to and ... Mouthwashes combine ingredients to treat a variety of oral conditions. Variations are common, and mouthwash has no standard ... Magic mouthwashes are prescription mouthwashes compounded in a pharmacy from a list of ingredients specified by a doctor. ... "Should I use Mouthwash: "When to Use Mouthwash"". April 2015. Cortelli JR, Thénoux RE (2007). "The effect of mouthrinses ...
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  • Many brands of mouthwash contain the ingredients listed above. (
  • more than 300 commercial brands of mouthwash scientifically rated. (
  • A strain of human coronavirus was mixed with "baby shampoo solutions, various peroxide antiseptic rinses and various brands of mouthwash," allowing the solutions to interact with the virus for different amounts of time, including 30 seconds, one minute, and two minutes. (
  • Several of the latest brands of mouthwash don't contain any alcohol. (
  • Most of the early brands of mouthwash contained alcohol to stabilize the formula, but today alternative products provide germ-killing properties without needing alcohol stabilization, such as cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC). (
  • When on sale, this mouthwash is cheaper than other store brands of mouthwash that are designed solely with the purpose of eliminating bad breath germs. (
  • Magic mouthwash," an oral rinse containing diphenhydramine, lidocaine and antacids, significantly reduced pain from oral mucositis, mouth sores, in patients receiving radiation therapy for cancers of the head and neck when compared to plaecbo. (
  • Do you really need to rinse your mouth with mouthwash? (
  • Mouthwash, mouth rinse, oral rinse, or mouth bath is a liquid which is held in the mouth passively or swilled around the mouth by contraction of the perioral muscles and/or movement of the head, and may be gargled, where the head is tilted back and the liquid bubbled at the back of the mouth. (
  • Some manufacturers of mouthwash state that antiseptic and anti-plaque mouth rinse kill the bacterial plaque that causes cavities, gingivitis, and bad breath. (
  • The mouthwash and oral rinses tested - which included Listerine Antiseptic, Orajel Antiseptic Rinse, and Crest Pro‐Health, among others - were also efficacious, they found: 'Many inactivated greater than 99.9% of virus after only 30 seconds of contact time and some inactivated 99.99% of the virus after 30 seconds. (
  • They counted how many cells remained alive after a few days of exposure to the viral solution and used that number to calculate the amount of human coronavirus that was inactivated as a result of exposure to the mouthwash or oral rinse that was tested," per the news release. (
  • In the morning, rinse for 60 seconds using 15 mL (3 teaspoons) of mouthwash before and after brushing. (
  • While many opt for a strong-scented mouthwash that simply masks bad breath, this nips it at the bud, thanks to patented zinc ion technology that eliminates and prevents bad breath for up to 12 hours with every rinse. (
  • Simply let your toothbrush sit in mouthwash for 30 seconds to one minute, then rinse it and leave it to dry. (
  • After shampooing, rinse your hair with the mouthwash to further reduce dandruff. (
  • Around these parts, there's no substituting a good rinse with Listerine in the morning, but if you prefer natural mouthwash, or just want something a little different, the folks at Tipnut have an old but good recipe for cinnamon mouthwash. (
  • then rinse with an alcohol-based mouthwash. (
  • But - unless your dentist advises you to use a rinse - you don't have to swish with mouthwash to have a healthy mouth. (
  • You can get the same benefits from a rinse with plain water, but mouthwash will likely at least have a refreshing taste. (
  • Adding a mouthwash or rinse to your oral care routine helps to freshen breath and improve the health of your mouth. (
  • It's important to understand what options are available to you and what to consider when choosing a mouthwash or rinse. (
  • We're all familiar with the little white cap full of bright green or blue mouthwash, but what if you could rinse with simple saltwater instead? (
  • Most mouthwashes only kill bacteria. (
  • The use of mouthwash to reduce the number of these bacteria prevents the expected benefit of exercise on the blood pressure. (
  • RiseWell mouthwash basically functions as your second defensive line against cavities after brushing, using xylitol to banish bad bacteria and biofilm. (
  • New research, published in the journal Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology , shows that an antiseptic compound found in mouthwash destroys "friendly" oral bacteria that help maintain normal blood pressure levels. (
  • New research finds that mouthwash could destroy 'friendly' oral bacteria, which may have important consequences for a person's cardiovascular health. (
  • Worryingly, however, the new study shows that chlorhexidine, an antiseptic substance in mouthwash, may kill NO-producing bacteria, which in turn, may raise systolic blood pressure. (
  • The bacteria that cause gonorrhea can be found in a person's throat, but stopping the growth of these germs may be as simple as gargling with mouthwash, a small new study from Australia finds. (
  • The idea that mouthwash could kill certain strains of bacteria is not new - in fact, as far back as 1879, Listerine advertised that it could "cure" gonorrhea, according to the new study. (
  • But the location of the infection in the throat appeared to play a role in how well the Listerine worked: The mouthwash was much more effective at killing bacteria on the tonsils than bacteria farther down in the throat, according to the study. (
  • Mouthwash contains compounds which kill both good and bad types of oral bacteria that contribute to development of plaque and bad breath. (
  • Destruction of "good" bacteria by frequent use of mouthwash changes the oral flora, altering metabolism of blood sugar in our bodies, leading to prediabetes or diabetes. (
  • The key focus was on detecting exercise-stimulated increase in NO production, and the effect of antibacterial mouthwash on oral bacteria, weakening this response. (
  • Researchers suggest that using mouthwash at least twice every day destroys 'friendly' oral bacteria, which can, in turn, alter blood sugar metabolism and promote diabetes , particularly for people who are already at high risk for the condition. (
  • Many mouthwashes contains antibacterial compounds - such as chlorhexidine - that kill bacteria in order to help prevent gingivitis , tooth decay, and other oral health conditions. (
  • Therapeutic mouthwash, on the other hand, does kill the bacteria that causes bad breath while reducing plaque, gingivitis, and cavities. (
  • Use therapeutic mouthwash to fight bacteria. (
  • Therapeutic mouthwashes fight bacteria that cause bad breath while reducing plaque and treating gingivitis. (
  • If you're looking for a mouthwash that actually cleans your mouth, choose one with therapeutic agents that will reduce harmful bacteria in your mouth. (
  • Using an antibacterial mouthwash may help you tackle the root of bad breath, which is often caused by bacteria. (
  • The heart rate response, the better blood flow and all the other cardiac benefits that we get from exercise are not somehow magically blocked by these lovely bacteria that we'd like to get rid of with mouthwash," she said. (
  • Unlike mouthwashes that have a high percentage of alcohol and strong artificial flavors (which only make bad breath and irritations even worse), Oxyfresh uses an innovative, nontoxic, nonirritating ingredient, Oxygene®, to neutralize bad breath and bacteria for the freshest breath possible. (
  • Likewise, some mouthwashes contain ingredients that kill bacteria, inhibit plaque formation, and thus help protect against gingivitis. (
  • Most people use mouthwash for halitosis , or bad breath, caused mostly by the action of bacteria on plaque deposits or particles. (
  • Oxygen mouthwash is a type of mouthwash made to counter the growth of bacteria on teeth and gums by changing the mouth's overall pH level. (
  • The mouthwash ingredients create an alkaline environment that inhibits the harmful bacteria responsible for common dental problems such as cavities and gingivitis . (
  • Oxygen added to mouthwash has also been shown to neutralize the sulfurous bacteria that often lead to halitosis . (
  • The active ingredients in oxygen mouthwash kill much of this bacteria as well as its by-products that are largely responsible for bad breath. (
  • This mouthwash can have your mouth feeling minty fresh for the long haul, as it helps to naturally balance pH, neutralize bacteria, and even reduce swelling in the throat. (
  • Because mouthwash kills bacteria, it can help extend the longevity of your cut flowers. (
  • It's common knowledge that alcohol can kill bacteria (it's commonly used as a disinfectant), so it makes sense that the alcohol in mouthwashes is added specifically to kill the bacteria that give you bad breath. (
  • Alcohol in mouthwash is used as a carrier agent for ingredients like menthol as well as a preservative, not to kill bacteria. (
  • Using mouthwash will mask bad odour but will not get rid of the bacteria producing it. (
  • I dig the cinnamon approach because cinnamon sticks have tons of uses and are worth keeping around anyway-but let's be fair, this is no replacement for real bacteria-crushing, tongue burning mouthwash-it's more of a breath freshener than anything else. (
  • Mouthwash is designed to kill all the bacteria living in your mouth, which is not a good thing. (
  • Smelly gym socks are often full of bacteria and fungi that may not all come out in the wash - unless you add a cup of alcohol-based, sugarless mouthwash during the regular wash cycle. (
  • To get rid of the bacteria that cause perspiration odor, dampen a cotton ball with a sugarless, alcohol-based mouthwash and swab your armpits. (
  • Therapeutic mouthwashes include those with ingredients that are intended to kill bacteria. (
  • Swallowing reflexes may not be well developed in children this young, and they may swallow large amounts of the mouthwash, which can trigger adverse events-like nausea, vomiting, and intoxication (due to the alcohol content in some rinses). (
  • No Hidden Chemicals - In regular commercial mouthwashes and mouth rinses there are often hidden nasties lurking behind those unpronounceable names. (
  • mouthwash and oral rinses. (
  • For the study, the results of which were published in the Journal of Medical Virology, researchers tested various oral and nasopharyngeal rinses - which included a 1% solution of baby shampoo, a neti pot, peroxide sore-mouth cleansers, and mouthwashes - to determine how well they inactivated human coronaviruses, namely 229e, a strain that can cause the common cold. (
  • More specifically, researchers "used a test to replicate the interaction of the virus in the nasal and oral cavities with the rinses and mouthwashes," as the nasal and oral cavities are thought to be main points of entry for human coronaviruses, including SARS-CoV-2, better known as COVID-19. (
  • The team's findings bolster past research that also looked at how oral rinses and mouthwashes may be able to reduce the viral load of human coronaviruses. (
  • In fact, the variety of mouthwashes and rinses available has increased dramatically in the past few decades. (
  • Colgate mouthwashes and rinses do more than freshen breath. (
  • Dentists say mouthwash and other rinses can be beneficial to overall oral health and an important part of daily oral hygiene routines but aren't essential. (
  • In 2008 sales of mouthwashes and rinses totaled $1.4 billion and were projected to go up to $1.5 billion in 2014. (
  • In general, products marketed as "mouthwashes" are cosmetic and "rinses" tend to be therapeutic, but this isn't always the case. (
  • Alcohol is found in many mouthwashes and rinses on the market. (
  • Rather than alcohol, this mouthwash concentrate contains natural extract xylitol, which fights cavities and plaque build-up. (
  • Mouthwash prevents cavities. (
  • But if you used mouthwash, your mouth will be clean when you are asleep and that will prevent yourself from having cavities. (
  • Using mouthwash correctly can freshen your breath, help prevent cavities and treat gingivitis. (
  • If you have chronic bad breath, cosmetic mouthwash isn't going to address the source of the issue nor will it help reduce plaque, gingivitis, or cavities. (
  • We've compiled a list of some of the best mouthwash for cavities in the event that you, well, have bad breath. (
  • For a mouthwash that keeps your breath smelling fresh while nipping bad breath in the bud by fighting tooth decay and cavities, Listerine Total Care Anticavity Mouthwash is the best option. (
  • A fluoride-rich mouthwash, Listerine Total Care is more than just a mouthwash - it can help kill germs that cause bad breath, prevent cavities, restore enamel, strengthen teeth by 50%, and provide your mouth with a total cleanse, making it a great complementary action to regular brushing. (
  • If you want a mouthwash that is effective at reducing your risk of cavities (now known as "caries") and gingivitis (gum inflammation), you may want to look at a "therapeutic mouthwash" to complement your dental hygiene routine. (
  • Mouthwash promises to prevent cavities, whiten your teeth, kill germs that cause plaque and gingivitis, prevent tartar buildup, calm down sensitive teeth and gums, and/or freshen your breath. (
  • Does Magic Mouthwash Work? (
  • What is magic mouthwash? (
  • Magic mouthwash goes by a variety of names: miracle mouthwash, mixed medicated mouthwash, Mary's magic mouthwash, and Duke's magic mouthwash. (
  • There are several kinds of magic mouthwash, which may account for the different names. (
  • Both adults and children can use magic mouthwash. (
  • What's in magic mouthwash? (
  • Magic mouthwash is a mixture of medicines. (
  • Magic mouthwash made for children may have different ingredients. (
  • Magic mouthwash is available in ready-to-use form or may be mixed on-site by your pharmacist. (
  • You can typically keep a bottle of magic mouthwash in the fridge for up to 90 days . (
  • Pour a dose of the magic mouthwash with a sterile spoon or measuring cap. (
  • Avoid eating or drinking anything for at least 30 minutes after taking magic mouthwash. (
  • Your doctor or pharmacist will recommend the right dose of magic mouthwash for you. (
  • How much depends on the type of magic mouthwash and the condition of your mucositis. (
  • One recommended magic mouthwash dose is 10 milliliters every three hours, up to six times a day. (
  • Magic mouthwash may cost up to 50 dollars for 8 ounces. (
  • Not all insurance companies will pay for magic mouthwash. (
  • Magic mouthwash may help treat a sore mouth and ease mucositis symptoms. (
  • It's difficult to know how well it works, because there are many different kinds of magic mouthwash. (
  • A small study found that morphine mouthwash may be better than magic mouthwash to treat oral mucositis. (
  • Another study showed that magic mouthwash didn't work better than other medications to help treat oral mucositis. (
  • The study tested magic mouthwash combined with another drug against benzydamine hydrochloride. (
  • Magic mouthwash contains strong medications. (
  • Magic Mouthwash is a compounded formulation used by health care providers to help ease oral and esophageal pain in patients. (
  • Magic Mouthwash may be prescribed for a sore throat, mouth ulcers and cold sores. (
  • Magic Mouthwash may be used in these instances as well. (
  • Magic Mouthwash is generally in a liquid form and made of 3 standard components. (
  • Magic Mouthwash is typically given as a 5ml dose, for adults, and is swished about the mouth and then spat out. (
  • To treat esophageal pain or inflammation, Magic Mouthwash can be swallowed. (
  • After using Magic Mouthwash, food and beverage intake should not occur for at least 30 minutes after treatment as this may reduce the effects of the compound. (
  • Magic Mouthwash can soothe the mouth and/or esophageal pain, allowing patients to orally consume nutrients with decreased discomfort. (
  • A Magic Mouthwash formula that contains an anti-infective can help reduce pain and prevent, or resolve an infection. (
  • Special caution should be taken when eating after use of Magic Mouthwash, as it may impair the gag reflex, putting the patient at risk for choking. (
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  • Magic mouthwash: Effective for chemotherapy mouth sores? (
  • I've heard that "magic mouthwash" might help with mouth sores from chemotherapy. (
  • Magic mouthwash is the term given to a solution used to treat mouth sores caused by some forms of chemotherapy and radiation therapy. (
  • Most formulations of magic mouthwash are intended to be used every four to six hours, and to be held in your mouth for one to two minutes before being either spit out or swallowed. (
  • It's recommended that you don't eat or drink for 30 minutes after using magic mouthwash so that the medicine has time to produce an effect. (
  • Side effects of magic mouthwash may include problems with taste, a burning or tingling sensation in the mouth, drowsiness, constipation, diarrhea, and nausea. (
  • Magic mouthwash may provide some relief, but it's unclear how effective it is. (
  • Studies of magic mouthwash have had conflicting results. (
  • Some medical organizations don't recommend magic mouthwash because there isn't enough evidence that it works. (
  • There are several versions of magic mouthwash. (
  • If it's determined that magic mouthwash might be helpful, your doctor will write a prescription. (
  • Magic mouthwash: An update. (
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  • It remained lower at -3.8 mmHg at 2 hours after placebo, a significant difference, but failed to respond at all after antibacterial mouthwash. (
  • A new study found using antibacterial mouthwash after working out negated the blood-pessure-lowering effects of exercise. (
  • At one, 30, 60,and 90 minutes after each run they were asked to wash their mouths with either a placebo of mint-flavored water or antibacterial mouthwash. (
  • What Is Antibacterial Mouthwash? (
  • Antibacterial mouthwash is often prescribed by dentists to reduce microbes in the mouth that cause gingivitis , a common gum disease . (
  • For more serious conditions like gingivitis, dentists may prescribe antibacterial mouthwash along with a regimen of improved oral hygiene . (
  • Chlorhexidine gluconate, an antiseptic in both antibacterial mouthwash and the non-prescription type, has been found to inhibit the growth of plaque germs. (
  • Antibacterial mouthwash containing antibiotic agents is rarely needed, however, to treat the more common causes of bad breath. (
  • Antibacterial mouthwash can have the same side effects as an oral medication in pill form. (
  • If patients don't need an antibacterial mouthwash, there are alternatives to alcohol-based antiseptics. (
  • Skip most mouthwashes that rely on alcohol to give you that minty fresh feeling, as they can be overly drying. (
  • Your dentist may advise you to skip the high alcohol mouthwashes, or to dilute with water before use. (
  • Read on for Cohen's and Men's Health's top breath-freshening mouthwash picks. (
  • It should have stated that this type of mouthwash "may contain up to 37% alcohol. (
  • If you are not sure about what type of mouthwash suitable for your type of mouth and teeth, you can consult to a dentist and see how is the result of his/her diagnosis. (
  • This type of mouthwash can usually be purchased over the counter in most drug stores. (
  • Can Toothpaste and Mouthwash Prevent Gum Disease? (
  • Q. I see so many toothpaste and mouthwash products on store shelves. (
  • I started using crest health toothpaste and mouthwash and I notice that about an hour after i brush and mouthwash i was like white built up in my mouth? (
  • Dr David Conway, a senior lecturer at the University of Glasgow Dental School, said people should not routinely use a mouthwash and stick to brushing and flossing instead. (
  • The American Dental Association asserts that regular brushing and proper flossing are enough in most cases, in addition to regular dental check-ups, although they approve many mouthwashes. (
  • Oxyfresh Pro Formula Mouthwash delivers oral protection without the use of harsh alcohol, dyes, artificial sweeteners or highly abrasive ingredients that can stain or harm dental cosmetic work. (
  • It is recommended to pair Oxyfresh Gentle Formula Mouthwash with the Oxyfresh Pro Relief Dental Gel for ultimate soothing comfort. (
  • Extractions are common and the recommendation of the use of a salt water mouthwash postoperatively following extractions is custom and practice in dental surgeries around the world. (
  • Oxygen mouthwash can also contain aloe vera, which frequently soothes mouth irritations from recent dental work. (
  • I'm getting some dental work done soon, and I think an oxygen mouthwash with aloe vera might be a good idea for me. (
  • So even if your dental professional recommends or prescribes a mouthwash, you still need to follow your complete oral care routine to maintain good dental health. (
  • For those who suffer from tooth sensitivity or are recovering from a dental procedure, you may find the ingredients in mouthwash irritating. (
  • If you have young children, teens, or are a recovering alcoholic, you may want to choose an alcohol‐free mouthwash product to avoid any problems. (
  • Consider trying an alcohol‐free mouthwash, which contains ingredients that are soothing and gentle on your teeth and gums. (
  • CVS Repairing Anticavity Mouthwash (liquid) Willard Manufacturing Inc. (
  • quick and easy non toxic peppermint mouthwash.check out the video easy homemade mouthwash to see how! (
  • Just as brushing our teeth is part of our daily oral care routine, no one would think twice about using mouthwash to go with it. (
  • Even so, I want to advise you to keep your teeth brushing routine, mouthwash cannot replace teeth brushing, however adding mouthwash to your teeth brushing routine is recommended. (
  • So if you clean up your mouth properly with toothbrush and mouthwash, every nook of your mouth and teeth will be cleaned up and your mouth will be fresh and free from bad smell. (
  • So those who love coffee and cigar, if you want to keep your teeth from turning yellowish because of nicotine and caffeine, you better use mouthwash every morning and before you go to bed. (
  • Many assume that brushing our teeth twice daily is enough to ward off the germs and bad breath but mouthwash is essential and has an important part to play in maintaining clean and healthy gums, teeth, and breathe. (
  • Making homemade mouthwash may sound strange and difficult but it is really cheap, quick, easy and tons better for your gums, teeth and breathe. (
  • Mouthwash should not be used immediately after brushing the teeth so as not to wash away the beneficial fluoride residue left from the toothpaste. (
  • Some types of oxygen mouthwash also have added nutrients such as vitamin A and vitamin D. These supplemental vitamins can help strengthen teeth and improve overall gum health, although many dentists stress that the vitamins in mouthwash are not meant to be substituted for a nutritious diet. (
  • This mouthwash(which has anesthetic properties due to the clove oil in it) is good to use if you have sensitive teeth and gums. (
  • The mouthwash may also cause food particles that may be stuck between one's teeth to become dislodged and thus will exit the mouth when the mouthwash is spit out. (
  • However, researchers show that mouthwashes have a certain percentage of alcohol content that may damage to teeth even furthe. (
  • Mouthwash can do more than simply freshen your breath -- it can ward off gum disease . (
  • Mouthwashes freshen your breath and help wash away food particles, but they are not a replacement for a regular routine of brushing twice‐daily and flossing daily. (
  • For example, mouthwashes containing essential oils are available in stores, while those containing chlorhexidine are available only by prescription. (
  • Chlorhexidine mouthwashes have a powerful antimicrobial effect, but there are opposing positions on its use in these cases. (
  • Bryan and colleagues used "16S rRNA gene sequencing and analysis" to examine whether using chlorhexidine antiseptic mouthwash twice a day for 1 week changed the oral bacterial communities and blood pressure levels in 26 healthy individuals. (
  • it shows no difference in efficacy among the most common formulation and commercial mouthwashes such as chlorhexidine or a saline/baking soda solution. (
  • Crest Pro-Health Multiprotection CPC Antigingivitis/Antiplaque Mouthwash and Colgate Total Gum Health both contain cetylpyridinium chloride 0.075 percent, a safe alternative to chlorhexidine . (
  • Using the standards set for toothpaste, the foundation inspected 15 mouthwashes bought in supermarkets and cosmetic shops and found that six had a pH lower than 5 and one contained enough chlorhexidine gluconate to be labeled as over-the-counter medication. (
  • The concentration of three different chemical substances - triclosan, fluoride and chlorhexidine - in mouthwashes was also tested. (
  • However, one brand of mouthwash tested had a chlorhexidine gluconate concentration higher than is allowed in a general commercial product. (
  • There are therapeutic mouthwashes that help reduce or control plaque, gingivitis, bad breath, and tooth decay. (
  • Therapeutic mouthwash, by contrast, has active ingredients intended to help control or reduce conditions like bad breath, gingivitis, plaque, and tooth decay. (
  • gingivitis or periodontitis, nor had they used mouthwash or tongue cleaners. (
  • This mouthwash may even assist in preventing gingivitis and bad breath. (
  • Dr Conway said 'I would not advise routine use of mouthwash, full stop. (
  • Gum disease could also be treated with routine use of mouthwash. (
  • But a new study now raises questions of whether regular use of mouthwash may increase risk for developing type 2 diabetes in those persons who are already at higher risk for the disease. (
  • They concluded that frequent, regular use of mouthwash as recommended by manufacturers, resulted in an association with an increased risk of developing prediabetes or diabetes in this population. (
  • There was no association between using mouthwash less than twice per day and the risk of prediabetes or diabetes, the researchers report. (
  • Following a rupture in supply 2014-2015 the product returned to French pharmacies in June 2016 with the same composition, minus chloral hydrate, now banned, and with the indication "mouthwash" («bain de bouche») removed. (
  • He added there may be a link between excessive mouthwash rinsing and people who use it to mask the smell of smoking and alcohol - independent risk factors for oral cancer. (
  • Rinsing with water or mouthwash after brushing with a fluoride toothpaste can reduce the availability of salivary fluoride. (
  • Common use involves rinsing the mouth with about 20-50 ml (2/3 fl oz) of mouthwash. (
  • Cosmetic mouthwash is a good choice for rinsing after you've eaten a particularly pungent meal, like garlic spaghetti sauce. (
  • Rinsing with an alcohol-based mouthwash isn't good for children under 6, who are likely to swallow the liquid. (
  • It looked at whether use of warm, saline mouthwash reduced the incidence of three post-operative complications (acute inflamed socket, alveolar osteitis and acute infected socket) following an uncomplicated extraction and additionally investigated the effect of different frequencies of mouth rinsing. (
  • Using a mouthwash with added oxygen is effective with only small amounts, and many users see results after rinsing with a small capfull per day. (
  • A good oral care routine will consist of flossing, brushing, and rinsing with mouthwash. (
  • We like Aesop's mouthwash specifically for its taste, a mix of mint and spice courtesy of clove bud, anise and spearmint leaf. (
  • Act Restoring Mouthwash in the flavor Cool Splash Mint has sodium fluoride as its active ingredient. (
  • Cool Splash Mint Act Restoring Mouthwash has sorbitol and sodium saccharin included. (
  • Walgreens Mouthwash Original Mint is a Walgreens brand product, so it can only be found at Walgreens locations. (
  • It replaces bad breath with a fresh mint aroma and taste and the mouthwash continues to keep bad breath germs at bay for several hours on end. (
  • Walgreens Mouthwash Original Mint is just a store brand product that can only be purchased at Walgreens. (
  • It's just as good at killing bad breath germs as Scope mouthwash and it provides a mint flavor that's just as pleasant, all for less money. (
  • This incredibly effective mouthwash soothes and relieves the gums whilst leaving the mouth extra mint fresh and naturally clean. (
  • A chemical found in mouthwash which has anti-bacterial qualities. (
  • You can also read more about that particular brand of mouthwash. (
  • There are two main types of mouthwash: cosmetic and therapeutic. (
  • The researchers were unable to analyse the types of mouthwash because they were used many years ago by those in the study. (
  • There are two main types of mouthwash that you can choose. (
  • How well someone does depends on the amount of mouthwash that was swallowed and how quickly treatment is received. (
  • Directions: Shake well, pour small amount of mouthwash into lid, swirl around the mouth then spit out. (
  • Alcohol-containing mouthwashes may make dry mouth and halitosis worse since it dries out the mouth. (
  • It's essential to remember that no mouthwash is a replacement for a regular oral care routine of twice-daily brushing and daily flossing. (
  • It also highlights that people, who are at risk of developing these cancers, may be using alcohol-based mouthwashes inappropriately to disguise smoking or drinking alcohol. (
  • If your dandruff shampoo isn't enough to help you fight against dandruff, try adding some alcohol-based mouthwash into your regimen. (
  • When you need to clean out a small cut or wound, use an alcohol-based mouthwash to disinfect your skin. (
  • Try pouring 1/4 cup alcohol-based mouthwash into the bowl. (
  • Mouthwash is a liquid and can't really remove the plaque. (
  • Some studies have proven that mouthwash reduce plaque. (
  • The Organii Aloe Mouthwash - Citrus - 500ml product ethics are indicated below. (
  • There are currently no questions to display about Organii Aloe Mouthwash - Citrus - 500ml. (
  • Hi, I am looking for a mouthwash with at least 0.2% sodium fluoride in it. (
  • Therapeutic mouthwashes are available both over-the-counter and by prescription, depending on the formulation. (
  • Mouthwashes can be divided into two main categories: cosmetic and therapeutic. (
  • The therapeutic mouthwashes with the ADA seal currently have alcohol in them, said Dr. Whall. (
  • There are two basic kinds of mouthwashes, the kind that just temporarily freshens your breath (cosmetic) and the kind that addresses oral health problems (therapeutic). (
  • Here's a great deal on Scope Mouthwash available at Walgreens this week! (
  • You'll need two of these $0.75/1 Scope Mouthwash manufacturer coupons to combine with a current Register Rewards offer and store sale at Walgreens. (
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  • This mouthwash is extremely similar to Scope mouthwash . (
  • When I was 5, I drank half a bottle of Scope mouthwash. (
  • This classic mouthwash staple can't be beat for the price. (
  • Uncle Harry's Natural Alkalizing Miracle Mouthwash is a great all-natural product that will have your breath smelling clean and fresh. (
  • The study , published in the journal Nitric Oxide, found that persons who use mouthwash at least two times a day had a 55% higher risk of developing prediabetes or diabetes over a three-year follow-up period compared with those who used it less frequently. (
  • Frequent regular use of over-the-counter mouthwash was associated with increased risk of developing prediabetes/diabetes in this population. (
  • A recent study, published in the journal Nitric Oxide, revealed the combination of these chemicals in your mouthwash may increase your risk of developing prediabetes or diabetes. (
  • An antiseptic mouthwash makes a wonderful astringent for cleansing your face. (
  • A sugarless antiseptic mouthwash may be all you need to treat mild cases of athlete's foot or toenail fungus. (
  • Aside from cleaning our mouths and making our breath minty fresh, mouthwash can actually be used for many other purposes in your everyday life. (
  • People gargle mouthwash thinking it will get rid of bad breath, but that is the minty liquid's least effective function. (
  • Among persons who used mouthwash at least twice a day, 30 percent developed either prediabetes or diabetes. (
  • For now, until further data is available, it might be a good idea to limit mouthwash use to once a day, especially if you are overweight, have a strong family history of diabetes, or an elevated hemoglobin A1C (a blood test to screen for prediabetes or diabetes). (
  • Compared with participants who did not use mouthwash, those who reported using mouthwash at least twice daily were 55 percent more likely to develop prediabetes or diabetes over 3 years. (
  • The authors believe this is the first study to look at mouthwash usage as it relates to the development of prediabetes or diabetes, 7 and the relationship to blood pressure. (
  • That means it will help reduce any gum redness or tenderness and is an alternative to aloe vera mouthwashes. (
  • Our natural Dr Organic Aloe Vera mouthwash formulations are a breakthrough in nutraceutical oral healthcare. (
  • They are more powerful killers of S. mutans than thymol, the active ingredient of many antiseptic mouthwashes. (
  • salt is a natural antibacterial and antiseptic ingredient in mouthwash. (
  • As an alternative to oxygenated water, some brands of this mouthwash have an ingredient called chlorine dioxide that has similar antibacterial properties. (
  • These mouthwashes contain an active ingredient like cetylpyridinium chloride, menthol or fluoride. (
  • Urine remained a primary ingredient in mouthwash until the 18th century. (
  • You're suppose to use mouthwash after tooth paste/brushing. (
  • my mouthwash specifically says to use AFTER tooth brush/flossing routine. (
  • Minor and transient side effects of mouthwashes are very common, such as taste disturbance, tooth staining, sensation of a dry mouth, etc. (
  • Prescription mouthwashes are used prior to and after oral surgery procedures such as tooth extraction or to treat the pain associated with mucositis caused by radiation therapy or chemotherapy. (
  • If you're looking for a mouthwash that specializes in combating tooth decay and gum disease, you've come to the right place. (
  • Use like regular mouthwash, give it a swirl in the mouth and spit out, do not swallow. (
  • Many dentists recommend a brand of oxygen mouthwash that contains lower amounts of alcohol for patients with dry mouth conditions. (
  • Some dentists prefer that their patients use oxygenated mouthwashes instead of mouthwashes containing high amounts of alcohol. (
  • But some dentists, such as Judith Jones, a professor of general dentistry at Boston University, recommend looking for alcohol-free mouthwashes because they can dry out the mouth. (
  • Mouthwash has helped people remedy a multitude of skin problems, including itching and irritation caused by hives, allergies, shingles, bug bites, and bee and wasp stings. (