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Mouthwashes & Rinses at Walgreens

Do you have an oral care concern that isn't being fully addressed by brushing and flossing alone? Adding the right mouthwash or rinse to your oral care routine can make all the difference. Your dentist can help you decide which type of mouthwash or rinse is best for your needs, and then, you can easily find the recommended product here at Walgreens. We stock an extensive assortment of mouthwashes and rinses that you can easily shop online and have delivered to your door. To add a new mouthwash or rinse to your oral care regimen today, use the 'find at a store' button to locate your favorite product at one of our stores near you.

Improving Your Breath

Many people use mouthwash purely to improve their breath. Conventional mouthwashes for bad breath have a strong, pleasant taste and scent. When you swish the liquid in your mouth and then spit it out, the mouthwash leaves your breath smelling fresher for a short period of time. You can find mouthwash for breath freshening in a number of flavors. Minty options are the most popular.

Antiseptic Mouthwash

For long-lasting breath-freshening results, you can choose a mouthwash that has antiseptic properties. Bad breath is often caused by bacteria that are present in the mouth. Antiseptic mouthwashes contain ingredients that kill these microbes to leave breath smelling pleasant for a longer period of time than conventional mouthwashes. In addition, antiseptic mouthwashes can promote healthier teeth and gums by fighting bacteria.

Strengthening Your Teeth

If you're prone to cavities, your dentist may recommend that you use a fluoride rinse daily in order to reduce the risk of decay. Fluoride rinses are typically intended for use following brushing.

Managing Dry Mouth Symptoms

Dry mouth is a condition that can be caused by a variety of factors. If you have dry mouth, you may experience a number of unpleasant symptoms, such as a sticky feeling in your mouth, bad breath, sore throat and problems tasting food, chewing, swallowing and speaking. Often, dentists recommend dry mouth rinses for people suffering from the condition. These rinses moisturize the mouth to ease symptoms.

Promoting Whiter Teeth

Stains on your dental enamel caused by smoking, food or drinks can be an embarrassing problem. Whitening mouthwashes can help to brighten your smile with ingredients that dissolve minor stains. Dentists may recommend using whitening mouthwashes after a professional whitening treatment or using an at-home teeth whitening kit in order to maintain results. You may also choose to use tooth whitening mouthwash to enhance the benefits of whitening toothpaste.