Biochemical, microbiologic, and clinical comparisons between two dentifrices that contain different mixtures of sugar alcohols.


It has been customary to think that in a dentifrice only a few of its ingredients would be active and have clinically significant effects on dental caries, oral hygiene, and the levels of caries-inducive microorganisms or harmful plaque metabolic products. Therefore, most of the emphasis has been placed on the type of fluorine compounds, abrasives, or… (More)


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