anticaries

anticaries

(ˌæntɪˈkɛəriːz)
adj
characterized by an ability to prevent caries
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Wefel, A Critical Review of the Relative Anticaries Efficacy of Sodium Fluoride and Sodium Monofluorophosphate Dentifrices, Caries Research, 27, 337 (1993).
Regardless of the development of various materials, the glass ionomer cement (GIC), due to its anticaries effect and ability to release fluoride still remains the routinely used material in dentistry.
Therapeutic mouthrinses can be sold as prescription or over the counter products that have an additional active ingredient and are marketed as antiplaque/antigingivitis and anticaries drug products (32).
A comparison of the anticaries effectiveness of daily and weekly rinsing with sodium fluoride solutions: Final results after three years.
Laboratory and human studies to estimate anticaries efficacy of fluoride toothpastes.
The purpose of this study was to incorporate zinc and fluoride in the bioactive glass for potential use in dentifrices as antibac- terial and anticaries agents.
Importantly, while assessment of the anticaries benefits of this dentifrice has been reported [25], no assessment of the efficacy of this dentifrice to reduce dentine sensitivity in vivo has taken place.
En ella se encuentran las regiones de mayor interes para el diseno de la vacuna anticaries, que son las comprendidas entre los residuos (301-319) y (365-377) (10,11).
Since fluoride has to be free to interact with de- and remineralization processes in order to control caries, (15) such formulations were unable to show any anticaries effect.
It is generally agreed that the dentifrice must be able to release fluoride into the oral cavity during the time of tooth brushing to have anticaries efficacy [2, 3].
The plant and its fruit offer a variety of pharmacological and medicinal functionality, including antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, antimutagenic, antiproliferative, cardioprotective, antiarthritic, anticaries and wound-healing activity.