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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Cinnamon Toothpaste Influence Enamel Demineralization

Author: SHAHAD AL-JANABI, RAHMA H. AL-HUSSAINY, BAYDAA ALI OTHMAN AL-RAWI
Abstract: Aims of the Study This study aimed to compare between the cinnamon toothpaste and the sodium fluoride toothpaste in reducing enamel demineralization. Materials and Methods Sixty sound human maxillary first premolars freshly extracted for orthodontic purposes were used in this study. The teeth were divided into three groups: Group (1): 20 teeth were treated with cinnamon toothpaste; Group (2): 20 teeth were treated with sodium fluoride toothpaste and Group (3): 20 teeth Control group. Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer was used to measure the calcium and phosphorus concentrations before and after demineralization. Results After demineralization, the mean of calcium concentration was significantly increased in all groups. The differences were found to be lowest in cinnamon group followed by sodium fluoride group and the highest among control untreated group. Meanwhile, after demineralization, the mean of phosphorus concentration was significantly decreased in all groups. The differences were found to be lowest in cinnamon group followed by sodium fluoride group and the highest among control group. Conclusions This study showed that cinnamon toothpaste showed significant influence in decreasing enamel demineralization superior to sodium fluoride toothpaste.
Keyword: Cinnamon; Toothpaste; Enamel; Fluoride; Demineralization.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.118
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