mouthwash(redirected from Antiseptic mouth rinse)
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a solution for rinsing the mouth.
A medicated liquid used for cleaning the mouth and treating diseased states of its mucous membranes.
mouthwash/mouth·wash/ (mouth´wosh) a solution for rinsing the mouth.
A flavored, usually antiseptic solution used for cleaning the mouth and freshening the breath.
a medicated liquid used for cleaning the oral cavity and treating mucous membranes of the mouth. Many over-the-counter mouthwashes contain alcohol, which may contribute to surface softening and increased wear of dental resins and composite materials. See also mouth rinse.
A medicated liquid used for cleaning the mouth and treating disorders of the oral mucosa; also called mouthrinse.
Medicated liquid used to clean oral cavity and treat disorders of oral mucosa. Also called mouth rinse.