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Corsodyl Mouthwash Mint FAQs
Yes, Corsodyl mouthwash mint and Corsodyl spray both contain 7% alcohol, while Corsodyl dental gel contains 4% alcohol. For those wishing to use an alcohol free mouthwash, you can use Corsodyl 0.2% mouthwash.
If you follow the instructions and store the mouthwash in the recommended conditions (below 25 degrees Celsius) then Corsodyl mouthwash will last until the expiry date, as indicated on the label. Corsodyl alcohol free mouthwash should be used within the first three months of opening.
Corsodyl can temporarily stain your teeth. This is why it is suggested that you do not consume tea, coffee, or red wine immediately before or after use. The reason for this is that these drinks contain tannins, compounds which react with the mouthwash, discolouring the teeth and tongue. Usually brushing is enough to remove the staining; however in the worst of cases a scale and polish will do the job.
In order to minimize potential staining consider replacing tea, coffee, and cola drinks with herbal tea or fruit juice. Smoking can also have a negative impact on teeth colouration.
Before using any Corsodyl products you should be aware of the following:
- If you use some toothpaste within an hour of using Corsodyl mouthwash then it may not work properly. This can be avoided by brushing first and then thoroughly rinsing your mouth with water.
- Corsodyl toothpaste can used in conjunction with the mouthwash however as the two have been designed to work together.
Corsodyl mouthwash can be used by anyone over the age of 12. If you wish to use Corsodyl products on children under 12 then it is recommended that you consult with your dentist.
No, all Corsodyl products are triclosan free.
Corsodyl mouthwash should only be used to rinse the mouth, although swallowing some accidentally is unlikely to cause you any injury.
When using Corsodyl mouthwash to treat ulcers you should always continue to use it for at least two days after any symptoms have disappeared. This is to make sure that all micro-organisms have been killed, preventing the problem from returning. Corsodyl mouthwash works best when there are many problem areas to treat.
If any of your clothes come into contact with Corsodyl mouthwash you should avoid bleaching them as this can lead to brown stains developing.
If your mouth peels after using Corsodyl mouthwash then you should dilute it with equal parts water before use.