A 32-year-old member asked:
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what is that dark green when i rinse with mouthwash?

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Dr. Stacey Laskis
Specializes in Dentistry
Deposits: Some mouthwashes contain certain chemicals that can cause a green staining. I would suggest switching brands of mouthwash to see if this solves the problem. Certain mouthwashes just react differently to each patient's saliva.
Answered on Oct 6, 2013
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