Oral Health Group

July 10, 2020 News NewsOral Health

CBD Mouthwash Could be Just as Effective as Prescription Oral Rinse

by Regina Leader Post

Time to spit out your over-the-counter mouthwash. According to a new industry-sponsored study, CBD-infused mouthwash was just as effective at killing oral bacteria and offered “a much safer, efficient and natural alternative to alcohol and/or fluoride containing mouthwashes.” CBD-infused mouthwashes also

September 5, 2019 News News

Mouthwash Use Could Inhibit Benefits Of Exercise

by University of Plymouth

Exercise is known to reduce blood pressure — but the activity of bacteria in our mouths may determine whether we experience this benefit, according to new research. An international team of scientists has shown that the blood pressure-lowering effect of

July 9, 2018 News News

Chlorhexidine Effectiveness Limited in Preventing Oral Procedure Infections

by University of the Basque Country

The human mouth is colonised by a huge variety of bacteria. When surgical procedures such as a tooth extraction are carried out, the bacteria can pass into the bloodstream causing bacteraemia that is generally transient. What is not yet clear

November 26, 2011 News Decay assessment and prevention

Bam, biff, kerpow, krunch!!

by ken

Could it be?  An end to S. Mutans? Image via Wikipedia UCLA clinical study leads to “smartbomb” mouthwash that destroys S. mutans In a recent clinical study, 12 subjects who rinsed just one time with the experimental mouthwash experienced a

July 28, 2011 News General NewsPeriodontologyPharmacology

Mouthwashing moms less likely to have a preemie

by ken

By Kerry Grens – July 28, 2011 (Reuters Health) – Expectant mothers who have gum disease are less likely to deliver their babies prematurely if they use mouthwash throughout their pregnancy, a new study suggests. Pregnant women with gum disease,

March 24, 2011 News General NewsPharmacotherapeutics

UK woman dies in dentist’s chair after allergic reaction

by ken

Published March 23, 2011 NewsCore   An investigation is underway into the death of a British woman who collapsed in the dentist’s chair after using mouthwash. Sacha Rumaner, 30, from Brighton, in southern England, was having her teeth cleaned at