EFFECT OF 12.5% VIRGIN COCONUT OIL ON PORPHYROMONAS GINGIVALIS AND TREPONEMA DENTICOLA BACTERIAL COLONIZATION

@article{Dewi2018EFFECTO1,
  title={EFFECT OF 12.5\% VIRGIN COCONUT OIL ON PORPHYROMONAS GINGIVALIS AND TREPONEMA DENTICOLA BACTERIAL COLONIZATION},
  author={Ratna Sari Dewi and Farisza Gita and Boy M Bahtiar and Hocky Benny Kasim},
  journal={International Journal of Applied Pharmaceutics},
  year={2018},
  volume={9},
  pages={32-35}
}
Aim : The aim of this study was to analyze the clinical effect microbiological of pure coconut oil 12.5% on the decrease in a number of bacteria P. gingivalis and T. denticola on the margin of porcelain fused to metal crown. Methods: 23 subjects, were patients with porcelain fused to metal crown in posterior of Faculty of Dentisty Universitas Indonesia ‘dental hospital. They  fill the informed consent, clinical periodontal examination. Patients were gargled twice daily with a pure coconut oil… 
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