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To investigate the influence of salt and sugar levels in mouthwashes on the oral mucosal lesions resulting from experimental bacterial infection in rats. Twenty-eight male Wistar rats were divided into two groups: control group (CG) and infected group (IG). Each group was divided into two subgroups:CG1/CG2 and IG1/IG2 according to the treatment received: distilled water (DW) or DW supplemented with 1.5% or 3% of salt (NaCl) or glucose (Saccharin). Each animal in each group received three treatments: the first treatment was the induction of gingivitis, the second treatment was the application of a plaque containing Actinomyces viscosus and the last one was the induction of periodontitis by the injection of bacterial plaque into the alveolar space. All animals were sacrificed and the percentages of the attached, the total plaque and the intact or evident lesion gums, and the percentage of alveolar bone loss were assessed. The treated animals developed the highest percentages of intact or evident gums, followed by the animals which were treated only with DW, and the control animals. The intact or evident lesion gums percentage was higher in the subgroups which received DW supplemented with 1.5 or 3% of salt (NaCl) than in those which received DW or DW supplemented with glucose. The highest percentage of alveolar bone loss was found in the subgroups which received DW supplemented with 1.5 or 3% of NaCl. Saline-based mouthwashes may have anti-inflammatory properties and may be of benefit to treat periodontal disease. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA
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