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PREPARARTION, EVALUATION AND COMPARISION STUDY OF HERBAL TOOTH POWDER WITH MARKETED TOOTHPOWDER

Nisha Devi*, Dr. Bharat Parashar and Mohit Kaushal

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It is found that 10 billion of microbes are present in oral cavity; some of them are dangerous to hygiene of buccal cavity. Classical herbal toothpowder are used as tooth cleaning agents, and also used in various oral disease like gum disease, tooth erosion, tooth sensitivity, toothaches. The main aim of this work is to prepare, evaluate and compare lab herbal preparation and market herbal preparation by different method organoleptic, physicochemical, physical and phytochemical analysis. Oral hygiene is very important for health. Tooth powder is work such as breath freshening and teeth whitening. It can aid in the elimination and masking. Oral hygiene is an important key to maintain good appearance, impression of an individual and gives confidence. The tooth consists of two parts, crown and roots. The crown of tooth is covered by outer surface called enamel and it is the hardest tissue in the tooth. Tooth powder are based on its abrasive property, the powder applied on the tooth to rub against the tooth which helps to remove the deposited food junk and mineral for tooth.

Keywords: Oral hygiene, Herbal ingredient, Material & Methods, Result.


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