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What over the counter mouthwashes have chlorhexidine?

What over the counter mouthwashes have chlorhexidine?

Chlorhexidine is available in the United States under the brand names:

  • Paroex (GUM)
  • Peridex (3M)
  • PerioGard (Colgate)

What is in Walgreens Magic mouthwash?

What are the ingredients in magic mouthwash?

  • Diphenhydramine is an antihistamine. Liquid diphenhydramine (Benadryl) is used to lessen swelling.
  • Antacids are used to help the medications coat your sores to provide relief.
  • Viscous lidocaine is a local anesthetic.
  • Nystatin is an antifungal medication.

How effective is Corsodyl?

You can help to prevent gingivitis caused by the build-up of plaque bacteria by adopting a good oral health routine. Brush your teeth twice daily using Corsodyl fluoride toothpaste which is 4x more effective than a regular toothpaste at targeting the cause of bleeding gums.

Is there alcohol in Corsodyl mouthwash?

†Corsodyl Mint & Original Mouthwash, Corsodyl 0.2% Mouthwash (Alcohol Free), Corsodyl Spray and Corsodyl 1% w/w Dental Gel are medicines containing chlorhexidine digluconate for the treatment of early signs of gum disease. Always read the label. If left untreated, gum disease is a major cause of tooth loss.

Can Corsodyl help gum disease?

Corsodyl Treatment Range If your gum problems are persistent or worsening the Corsodyl treatment range of products provide intensive treatment to help return your gums to health. Find out how to help protect your gums from gum disease and the importance of regular dental checkups.

What is Corsodyl used for?

Corsodyl is specifically designed for people who want to look after their gums. With daily use, some of the products within our range help to treat bleeding gums whilst others are designed to help keep your gums healthy and your teeth strong.

Why brush with Corsodyl complete protection every day?

Find out why brushing with Corsodyl Complete Protection toothpaste every day is a great way to help keep your gums healthy and teeth strong. From talking to your dentist to improving your daily oral care routine, there are plenty of ways to help stop gum disease becoming a problem for you.