Corsodyl Mouthwash Original Reviews
Product Type: Corsodyl Oral Care
Description:Brand: Corsodyl / Type: Oral Care / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / Contents/Size: 300ml / As an aid in the treatment and prevention of gingivitis, the maintenance of oral hygiene, inhibition of dental plaque.Also for use in post-periodontal ... more
Newest Review: ... month as well as various bumps,ulcers and sores in my mouth. I used this product 4 times a day which I found completely did ... more
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Customer Corsodyl Mouthwash Original Reviews (99)
by - written on 02/01/08 (Useful, 367 readings)
corsodyl mouth wash by my experience has to be the most nasty tasting thing that i have ever had to put in my mouth but it is definatley worth the nasty taste for the relief it brings. corsodyl is an antibacterial mouth wash which is used to treat or prevent gingivitis which is a gum disease, it promotes healing after dental surgery, controls mouth ulsers, is great for soreness from dentures and was prescribed by my dentist to take the inflamation away from my wisdom teeth wholst they are breaking through the skin. This mouth wash realy has worked wanders for my wisdom pains, my mouth around the wisdom teeth had swolen that badly i was struggling to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/08 (Useful, 1681 readings)
I swear by this stuff!! If I was famous I would put my name to it! Works like a dream on ulcers, inflamed gums and general soreness. Granted - its tastes gross, makes you want to hack up but at the end of the day I would rather that than got to the dentists! The mouthwash is better than the gel. I find the gel just slides off the affected area and you swallow it (yuk!) so go for the mouthwash if its available. Comes in Original and Mint flavour (doesnt taste much like mint though!) Not cheap at over £4 for 300ml but worth its weight in gold. I have suffered from abscesses in the past and this always clears them up so I dont have to visit the dentist. My ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/06/10 (Very useful, 528 readings)
After a hideous ulcer made itself known in my mouth and not showing much signs of shifting I decided to buy a bottle of Corsodyl in order to shift it (and also do my oral health some good at the same time). This review will focus on Corsodyl mint mouthwash and not on the others in this range. *What is in it and what it is used for* Corsodyl mouthwash contains an antiseptic and disinfectant agent called chlorohexidine. This fights against various bacteria, viruses, bacterial spores and fungi which are responsible for most throat and mouth infections. This is why it is recommended for use on a wide range of oral problems, including thrush, ulcers and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/03/10, updated on 11/03/10 (Very useful, 3126 readings)
After I had my wisdom teeth out my dentist recommend I use Corsodyl mint mouthwash which contains an active ingredient called chlorhexidine. This acts as antiseptic and disinfectant agent and fights against bacteria, viruses, throat infections and fungi within the mouth, as well as other common problems such as ulcers. It also helps maintain general oral hygiene and plaque build up lessening the chance of gingivitis (bleeding and inflammation of the gums). It is used after dental surgery to fend off infection because infection will slow down the healing process and of course add to any discomfort. I continued using the mouthwash for several months on a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/08/09, updated on 04/08/09 (Very useful, 1237 readings)
It is now eleven years since I had my wisdom teeth out, all four in one go - a day surgery procedure at hospital. Prior to my discharge I was given some anti-inflamatories, painkillers, told to gargle with salt water and given a bottle of corsodyl. Corsodyl is an antibacterial designed to restrict plaque forming - and can be used to promote gum healing after dental surgery or treatment. So great for those having just had their wisdom teeth out. It is also used though for treating gingivitis, treating mouth ulcers, to maintain good oral hygiene and to assist in the management of oral thrush and sore mouth (for denture wearers). Guidance is given on ... Read the complete review
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