Laboratory studies on the chemical whitening effects of a sodium hexametaphosphate dentifrice.

@article{Baig2002LaboratorySO,
  title={Laboratory studies on the chemical whitening effects of a sodium hexametaphosphate dentifrice.},
  author={Arif Ali Baig and Kathy M. Kozak and Ed R Cox and James R Zoladz and L. Fox O' Mahony and Donald James White},
  journal={The Journal of clinical dentistry},
  year={2002},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={
          19-24
        }
}
Laboratory studies were developed to permit the evaluation of chemical actions of toothpaste components in the non-abrasive prevention and removal of tea stains. Powdered hydroxyapatites were used as substrates for adsorption of tea chromogens. Pre-treatment with a sodium hexametaphosphate dentifrice (Crest Dual Action Whitening) reduced tea adsorption to powdered apatite, while post-treatments of pre-stained powder resulted in desorption of tea components. These results exemplified the… CONTINUE READING

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