The laboratory and clinical safety evaluation of a dentifrice containing hydrogen peroxide and baking soda.

@article{Fischman1992TheLA,
  title={The laboratory and clinical safety evaluation of a dentifrice containing hydrogen peroxide and baking soda.},
  author={Stuart L. Fischman and R B Truelove and Radek Hart and L P Cancro},
  journal={The Journal of clinical dentistry},
  year={1992},
  volume={3 4},
  pages={104-10}
}
This study reports the laboratory, clinical, and microbiological finding of the safety testing and daily use of a dentifrice delivering 0.75% hydrogen peroxide and 5% baking soda. Laboratory studies using Ca45 labeled teeth and biologically stained teeth confirmed that the dentifrice did not decalcify enamel or bleach teeth. Over the course of a six-month period, 62 subjects using a hydrogen peroxide-baking soda dentifrice and 21 subjects using a control dentifrice were examined for oral soft… CONTINUE READING