Microbiological Aspects of the Chemical Control of Plaque and Gingivitis

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Microbiological Aspects of the Chemical Control of Plaque and Gingivitis
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Author(s):
P.D. Marsh
Published By:
Journal of Dental Research
Date Published:
July, 1992
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SUMMARY:
Antimicrobial ingredients delivered by a mouthrinse or a toothpaste can be used to maintain plaque at levels compatible with good oral health. This paper explores the conclusion that long-term use of dental products containing antimicrobial ingredients such as metal salts (zinc), plant extracts, enzymes, essential oils (tee tree oil), and bisbiguanides lead to oral bacterial resistance and help resolve issues with gingivitis.

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