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Corsodyl Alcohol Free Mouthwash 300ml

SKU : OTCCORALC|PIP-Code : 3552460|EAN : 5000347037689
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Corsodyl Alcohol Free Mouthwash is a multi-purpose mouthwash with a delicious mint flavour ideal for treatment and prevention of gum disease, mouth ulcers, oral thrush, bleeding gums and to promote gum healing after dental surgery or treatment.
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Corsodyl Alcohol Free Mouthwash 300ml


Corsodyl Alcohol Free Mouthwash
is a multi-purpose mouthwash with a delicious mint flavour ideal for the following:
  • Treat and prevent gum disease
  • Bleeding gums
  • Irritated gums
  • Mouth ulcers
  • Denture sore mouth
  • Oral thrush
  • Promote gum healing after dental surgery or treatment
  • Maintain mouth hygiene
How To Use
As toothpastes can stop the mouthwash working,  rinse your mouth thoroughly with water and wait 5 minutes after brushing your teeth before using Corsodyl Alcohol Free Mouthwash, or use at a different time of day.

Use Corsodyl Alcohol Free Mouthwash twice a day. Fill the cap to the 10ml line. Rinse mouth thoroughly for 1 minute then spit out.

Do not use in children under 12 years unless recommended by a dentist.

Gum Disease
: Corsodyl can be used for up to 30 days, depending on the severity of your condition.

Mouth Ulcers and Oral Thrush: Continue to use for 2 days after healing has occurred.

Denture Sore Mouth
: Cleaned & soak your dentures in the mouthwash for 15 minutes twice daily.

Dental Surgery
: Rinse as directed by your dentist.

If symptoms persist, see your dentist.

Ingredients
0.2% w/v Chlorhexidine Digluconate, Glycerol, Macrogolglcerol Hydroxystearate, Sorbitol Liquid, Peppermint Flavour and Purified Water.

Warnings
Because of the way chlorhexidine forms a protective layer across the teeth and gums to help prevent new plaque from forming, some temporary discolouration can occur on the teeth and tongue.

In the majority of cases this can be removed by brushing, and will disappear once the treatment has stopped.

Discolouration usually occurs when certain foods and drinks such as tea, coffee and red wine are consumed within an hour of using the mouthwash. Other sources such as beer and cigarettes cause staining but are not associated with chlorhexidine digluconate in Corsodyl.
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