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Year 2024, Volume: 34 Issue: 1, 72 - 79, 18.01.2024
https://doi.org/10.5152/CRDS.2024.4632

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Bitkisel İçerikli Diş Macunlarının Antibakteriyel Etkileri ve Bu Etkilerin Belirlenme Yöntemleri

Year 2024, Volume: 34 Issue: 1, 72 - 79, 18.01.2024
https://doi.org/10.5152/CRDS.2024.4632

Abstract

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Diş çürüğü en sık görülen, çiğneme ve estetik görünümü olumsuz etkileyebilen, yıkıcı, multifak- töriyel bir hastalıktır. Çürüğü önlemede mekanik ve kimyasal plak kontrolünün büyük bir öneme sahip olduğu bilinmektedir. Mekanik temizliğin esas olduğu ağız bakımında başta diş macunları olmak üzere çeşitli kimyasal içerikli ürünlere alternatif antibakteriyel etkili ürün arayışı devam etmektedir. Son dönemlerde bitkisel içerikli diş macunları bu amaçla sıklıkla kullanılmaktadır.
Bitkilerin çürüğe karşı antibakteriyel etkilerinin araştırılması yeni bir konu alanı oluşturmuştur. Diş hekimliğinde uzun zamandır oral hijyeni sağlamak ve geliştirmek için çeşitli bitkisel ürünle- rin etkisi araştırılmaktadır. Bu derlemede bitkisel içerikli diş macunlarının antibakteriyel etkile- rinin yanı sıra, sık kullanılan bitkisel ekstraktların etkileri, işlev gösteren içerikleri ve kullanımları değerlendirilmiştir.
Anahtar Kelimeler: Diş çürüğü, antibakteriyel etki, bitkisel diş macunu, Streptococcus mutans

ABSTRACT
Tooth decay is the most common, devastating, and multifactorial disease that can affect chewing and aesthetic appearance negatively. It is known that mechanical and chemical plaque control are of great importance in preventing caries. In oral care, where mechanical cleaning is essen- tial, the search continues for alternative antibacterial-effective products, especially toothpastes and products with various chemical-containing ingredients. Recently, herbal toothpastes are fre- quently used for this purpose.
Investigation of the antibacterial effects of plants against caries has created a new subject area. In dentistry, the effect of various herbal products has been investigated for a long time to provide and improve oral hygiene. In this review, besides the antibacterial effects of herbal toothpaste, the effects, functional ingredients, and uses of frequently used herbal extracts were evaluated.
Keywords: Tooth decay, antibacterial effect, herbal toothpaste, Streptococcus mutans

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Primary Language English
Subjects Dentistry (Other)
Journal Section Reviews
Authors

Sümeyra ACAR ÖZLÜ This is me

Elif Bahar TUNA İNCE This is me

Publication Date January 18, 2024
Submission Date February 21, 2021
Published in Issue Year 2024 Volume: 34 Issue: 1

Cite

AMA ACAR ÖZLÜ S, TUNA İNCE EB. Bitkisel İçerikli Diş Macunlarının Antibakteriyel Etkileri ve Bu Etkilerin Belirlenme Yöntemleri. Curr Res Dent Sci. January 2024;34(1):72-79. doi:10.5152/CRDS.2024.4632

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