Xylitol concentration in saliva and dental plaque after use of various xylitol-containing products.

@article{Holgerson2006XylitolCI,
  title={Xylitol concentration in saliva and dental plaque after use of various xylitol-containing products.},
  author={Pernilla Lif Holgerson and Christina Stecks{\'e}n-Blicks and Inger Sj{\"o}str{\"o}m and Mattias Oberg and Svante Twetman},
  journal={Caries research},
  year={2006},
  volume={40 5},
  pages={393-7}
}
The study consisted of two sets of experiments, one in saliva and one in dental plaque. The xylitol concentration in saliva was determined enzymatically in 12 children (mean age 11.5 years) after a standardised use of various xylitol products: (A) chewing gums (1.3 g xylitol), (B) sucking tablets (0.8 g xylitol), (C) candy tablets (1.1 g xylitol), (D) toothpaste (0.1 g xylitol), (E) rinse (1.0 g xylitol), and (F) a non-xylitol paraffin. Unstimulated saliva was sampled 1, 3, 8, 16 and 30 min… CONTINUE READING

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