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The systemic effect of a food additive on dental plaque and calculus

@inproceedings{Wikner2007TheSE,
  title={The systemic effect of a food additive on dental plaque and calculus},
  author={S. Wikner and Christina Timander and J. Bergstr{\"o}m},
  year={2007}
}
A food additive containing the brown algae Ascophyllum nodosum SW1313 was used in an eight-week clinical trial with the purpose to explore its possible effect on reducing supragingival plaque and calculus. 105 subjects were randomly assigned to one of three groups, each containing 35 subjects at baseline. Two groups received tablets of either a low (125 mg) or a higher (250 mg) concentration of the algae. A third group (control) received placebo tablets. Significant reductions in plaque levels… Expand

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