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To investigate the effects of the ginsenoside Rh2 on monospecies and multispecies cariogenic biofilms and explore the mechanism… Expand BackgroundDental caries is the most prevalent oral disease in several Asian and Latin American countries. It is an infectious… Expand Context: Dental caries are an infectious oral bacterial disease caused by cariogenic streptococci. These streptococci inhabit… Expand This study examined the hypothesis of an intra-oral shift, during initial periodontal therapy, from a periopathogenic to a… Expand Several publications have reported an increased susceptibility for root caries after periodontal therapy. It has been suggested… Expand PURPOSE
To compare the effect of a dentifrice containing 0.3% triclosan and 1100 ppm fluoride and a control dentifrice containing… Expand Sixteen patients with caries-inacthe Sjogren's syndrome with low parotid salivary flow rates (≤ 0.25 mL/min) and 18 caries… Expand The methanolic extract of the aril of Myristica fragrans HOUTT. (mace) had anti-plaque action against a cariogenic becterium… Expand Two strains of lactobacilli that initiate dental caries in conventional animals were exained for their physiological and… Expand Abstract Washed cells of the caries-inducing K-1 strain of Streptococcus mutons were incubated at pH 5.8 in salt solutions, free… Expand