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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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Keeping in mind the importance of dentifrices as fluoride sources and their possible effects on human health, it becomes extremely important that fluoride levels in toothpastes be regulated according to the total fluoride exposure to the local population of an area.
Au dAaAaAeAa l'usine fabriquait du shampoing, mais aussi du dentifrice (Tonigencyl et Colgate) et du savon.
The short-term results of this study concluded that the silver ion-containing toothbrushes exhibited promising outcomes as an alternative to standard oral hygiene strategies applied with dentifrices in teenagers.
The rationale of this study is to evaluate the instant decrease in dentinal hypersensitivity by using dentifrice containing 8% Arginine-CaCO3 following scaling and root planning.
As part of the consent process, patients were made aware of adverse effects of dentifrices, namely, abrasion and staining of hard and soft tissues and the detrimental sequelae of excessive fluoride ingestion.
Evaluation of the fluoride stability of dentifrices sold in Manaus, AM, Brazil.
These methods work well for the analysis of many NaF dentifrices where solubilized fluoride ions do not precipitate.
glass, ceramics, paper, sugar, plastic, paint, rubber, polishes, dentifrices, putty, insecticides, as a fillerin adhesives, matches, pencils, food, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and antibiotics.
In vitro evaluation of the effectiveness of acidic fluoride dentifrices.
23% fluoride) was applied to the slabs once at the beginning of the experimental phase, and the dentifrices were used 3 times per day.
Caries and plaque inhibition in rats by five topically applied dentifrices.