/ Comparative Analysis of the Hard Tooth Tissues after Using a Toothpaste Containing Fluorine and R.O.C.S. Toothpaste Containing Bromelaine
Comparative Analysis of the Hard Tooth Tissues after Using a Toothpaste Containing Fluorine and R.O.C.S. Toothpaste Containing Bromelaine
A reguliar toothpaste for adults often contains fluorine and a broad spectrum anti-infective agent, e.g. tryclozan. R.O.C.S. toothpaste for adults contains xylitol and bromelain to act as active components. The comparative analysis proves that R.O.C.S. made a pronounced anti-plaque effect and enabled to improve the hygienic state of the oral cavity of the volunteers very fast. The toothpaste with tryclozan also makes for significant improvement of the oral hygiene if used on a regular basis. But this oral hygiene improvement takes place gradually and the hygiene state index reaches good data just at the end of the first month of use.
The analogous dynamics is observed in data of gingivitis index..
| Most probably, the fast hygienic effect ensured by R.O.C.S. toothpaste is achieved due to its ability to decelerate the dental plaque formation. Judging by this indicator R.O.C.S. toothpaste is more effective than toothpaste with tryzclozan. |
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