Triclosan and sodium lauryl sulphate mouthrinses. (II). Effects of 4-day plaque regrowth.

@article{Jenkins1991TriclosanAS,
  title={Triclosan and sodium lauryl sulphate mouthrinses. (II). Effects of 4-day plaque regrowth.},
  author={S. Michael Jenkins and Martin Addy and R Newcome},
  journal={Journal of clinical periodontology},
  year={1991},
  volume={18 2},
  pages={145-8}
}
Toothpastes have been shown to exert some plaque inhibitory effects probably due to the action of detergents such as sodium lauryl sulphate (SLS). Recently the antimicrobial, triclosan, has been added to experimental and commercial toothpaste products to enhance activity against plaque. There is, however, little information as to the plaque inhibitory effects alone of ingredients such as SLS and triclosan. This investigation compared the effects on 4-day plaque regrowth of a 1% SLS, 0.2… CONTINUE READING