dentifrice


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dentifrice

any substance, esp paste or powder, for use in cleaning the teeth

dentifrice

[′den·tə·fris]
(food engineering)
A paste, powder, or liquid preparation used to clean teeth.
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This necessitates the use of fluoride in dentifrice as topical application [30, 31].
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The aim of this study was to evaluate the instant decrease in dentinal hypersensitivity by using dentifrice containing 8% Arginine-CaCO3 following scaling and root planning.
State-of-the-art surface techniques were used to assess the mechanism of action and effectiveness of the new Pro-Argin dentifrice.
A dentifrice containing functionalised tricalcium phosphate and 950 ppm sodium fluoride has been shown to enable dentine tubule occlusion in vitro; application of this dentifrice to extracted bovine teeth following pH cycling was observed to reduce both dentine tubule opening and tubule diameter in comparison to pretreatment levels [22].
Recently some reports have found that there is a significant percentage of fluoride-containing dentifrice sold in the world market that does not release fluoride ions in sufficient amounts for caries prevention [5-7].
Mechanism of fluoride dentifrice effect on enamel demineralization.
12% chlorhexidine 1 time per day for 1 minute, 1 week per month, replace OTC dentifrice with a 1.
23% APF gel one or two times and associated with the daily use of a fluoridated dentifrice was not capable of significantly enhancing surface hardness and fluoride content in bovine enamel in comparison to blocks submitted to demineralisation alone [Jardim et al.
The largest segments of oral care are the dentifrice and brushing segments.
The American household goods giant was granted the patent in the US in June for what it claimed was a groundbreaking "red herbal dentifrice.
Gibbs Dentifrice was the name of the pink powder for cleaning your teeth I mentioned a couple of weeks ago.