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mouthwash

slang Hard liquor. The only way to drink the awful beer they serve up here is to chase it with a shot of mouthwash.

mouthwash

n. liquor; a drink of liquor. I could use a shot of that mouthwash.
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Another oral hygiene practice among orthodontic patients was the use of mouthwashes for plaque control and caries prevention because these mouthwashes contain either chlorhexidine or fluoride or both as an active components.
Xylitol is entirely natural and added to pastilles, chewing gums, toothpastes and mouthwashes as a 'tooth friendly' component (73).
The current study was conducted to evaluate antimicrobial properties of several concentrations of these mouthwashes on oral S.mutans and E.coli.
Adds Saxena, “The industry has expanded with the introduction of innovative and condition-specific products like mouthwashes for sensitive teeth, for gum care , for discoloration of teeth, for smokers etc.
Major Mouthwashes Brands in India by Flavors, Quantity in ml and Price in INR
They had at least 20 natural teeth, were non-smokers, did not wear orthodontia, were not undergoing any medical treatment, were taking no medication, and were not using oral mouthwashes.
And you might want to avoid mouthwashes with fluoride (aka sodium fluoride).
Mouthwashes can be classified into therapeutic and cosmetic ones, with the former playing a significant role in treating a host of oral problems such as tooth decay, dental plaque, tooth sensitivity, and gingivitis or gum disease.
Urine was used in the making of toothpaste and mouthwashes up to almost the mid-18th century.
But there's something about the artificially colored commercial mouthwashes that turns me off.
Mouthwashes do more than make your breath smell good: They are also an excellent way to kill the bacteria that cause plaque.
Methods for collecting buccal epithelial cells include cotton swabs, cytology brushes, wooden sticks, and mouthwashes,[1-4] with mouthwashes giving greater yields.[5] Several mouthwashes have been tested: 3% sucrose,[5] 5% glucose,[6] saline,[7] water,[8] and commercial mouthwash.[9] In addition, clinical validation studies have shown that DNA diagnostic results from patient-matched buccal cells and whole blood are comparable.[10]
The mouthwashes tested in this experiment were Listerine,[R] Scope,[R] and Cepacol.[R] Distilled water was the control that each of the mouthwashes was compared to.
[ClickPress, Wed Sep 19 2018] Growing consciousness of consumers towards oral hygiene will continue to surge the demand for mouthwashes. The key role of mouthwashes in preventing tooth decay and freshening the breath will continue to drive their adoption as a daily consumable.
Going ahead, Elder is also planning to launch mouthwashes based on natural ingredients like aloe vera, green tea and probiotics under the AMPM range.