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34번 서누리 예방논문1 발표
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  • 1. 5조 서누리Multi-function toothpastes for betteroral health: a behavioural perspectiveJohn W. Stamm North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
  • 2. Toothpaste The Oxford English Dictionary in 1558,“a powder or other preparation for rubbing or cleansing theteeth” 현대에서, toothpaste가 toothpowders를 대체 오늘날, toothpastes “the accumulation, removal, and themetabolic activities of dental plaque” 를 조절하기 위한 목적으로 사용
  • 3.  치약의 효과와 기능성을 향상시키기 위해 여러가지 안전하고, 더 활성을 나타내는 성분들을 첨가- interact chemically with tooth structure- reduce demineralisation- interfere with bacterial adhesion to the teeth- provide antibacterial action- prevent the formation of supragingival calculus- promote remineralisation- reduce dentinal hypersensitivity
  • 4. Toothpaste composition
  • 5. Multiple functionalities
  • 6. Caries prevention with fluoridated toothpastes Fluoridated toothpastes are now widely availablearound the world, and in some countriesrepresent over 90% or more of toothpastes sold. the efficiency, cost effectiveness, and safety of thedaily use of optimal fluoride.
  • 7. 1. four fluoride agents used in dentifrices todeliver the fluoride ion High quality products can be made with all four of thesefluoride sources NaF / NaFPO3 / SnF2 / NH4F2. fluoride ion concentration Most commonly, 1,000 and 1,500ppm paediatric dentifrices, 500-600ppm highly caries susceptible adults and medically compromisedpatients, generally for 30-day usage, high fluorideconcentration toothpastes (≥5,000 ppm)
  • 8. 3. to be maximally effective requires that thefluoride formula is compatible with theingredients of the toothpaste. calcium carbonate - neutral NaF toothpastes,Na2FPO3 toothpastes4. factor in the age of the user. „children‟s or paediatric‟ dentifrices -lower concentrationsof fluoride (400-600ppm)
  • 9. Chemotherapeutic prevention of bacterial biofilmand gingivitis
  • 10. Preventing and controlling calculus formation
  • 11. The other functionalitis Tooth whitening by prevention and reduction ofextrinsic stains The balance between tooth cleaning and toothabrasion Reducing dentine hypersensitivity Controlling breath malodour with toothpastes Herbal and antioxidant enriched toothpastes
  • 12. Good toothpastes and good oralhygiene behaviours increasing portion of their populations will retainmore of their natural dentition for life. modern, multi-function toothpastes offer the publicmore benefits than ever before. more persons are ready for such toothpastes, butthey may still be looking for the knowledge that willinform, motivate and guide them on the path tobetter personal oral hygiene behaviour.
  • 13.  the packaging print is necessary to revealfuller, basic information about the toothpaste, itsmain components and capabilities are essential. dental professionals will continue to remain in theshadows when it comes to advising as to what, howand why a particular brand of toothpaste cancontribute to personal behaviour change that willimprove the tooth- paste user‟s quality of life.
  • 14. Thank you 