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Chlorhexidine - does it go to the cells in your jaws?

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15 Aug 2009

No. Chlorhexidine is not absorbed into the body.

If you are using it as a mouthwash, it will just work as an antiseptic on the surfaces of your mouth.

For more information see https://www.drugs.com/mtm/chlorhexidine-gluconate.html

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