anticaries

anticaries

(ˌæntɪˈkɛəriːz)
adj
characterized by an ability to prevent caries
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The study, published in British Journal of Pharmaceutical Research was entitled 'A Study of the Anticaries Activity of Three Common Chewing Sticks and Two Brands of Toothpaste in South West Nigeria'.
Common personal care products that are both drugs and cosmetics include anti-dandruff shampoos, anticaries toothpaste, antiperspirant-deodorants, moisturizers, and make-up with SPF protection.
* US Patent No.10,159,640 B2 (Hans Stettler, WimTeughels, Marc Quirynen and Nico Boon); Colgate-Palmolive Company has patented an oral care composition for contacting the oral cavity comprising a dipeptide selected from: Ser-Asn; Met-Pro; and Phe-Glu, and at least one additional oral care ingredient selected from anticaries agents, anticalculus or tartar control agents.
The model choosen to mimic remineralization events is not adequate to estimate the anticaries potential of toothpastes containing NaMFP, because its hydrolysis occurs by phosphatase enzymes, this produced unfavorable results for group C.
The cytotoxicity of the strain HU- 10 strain was moderate (up to 15 % larval mortality) and active compounds from it can be exploited as anticaries compounds.
A randomized clinical trial of anticaries therapies targeted according to risk assessment (caries management by risk assessment).
Now-a-days, nanotechnology is being explored for the development of materials with a potential for decreased biofilm formation and anticaries properties.
Lindequist, "Anticaries and antimicrobial activities of methanolic extract from leaves of Cleistocalyx operculatus L.," Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine, vol.
For this reason, counts of mutan streptococci have been used as caries risk indicator or evaluation of anticaries therapy [15, 23].