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Effectiveness of a mouthrinse containing active ingredients in addition to chlorhexidine and triclosan compared with chlorhexidine and triclosan rinses on plaque, gingivitis, supragingival calculus and extrinsic staining.

AbstractOBJECTIVES:
To assess the effectiveness of three different mouthrinses--chlorhexidine, triclosan + sodium fluoride and chlorhexidine + triclosan + sodium fluoride + zinc chloride--on plaque, calculus, gingivitis and stains and to evaluate the occurrence of adverse effects with these three treatments.
METHODS:
Forty-eight healthy subjects participated in a double-blind, randomized, parallel experiment and were randomly allocated to any one of the three experimental mouthrinses: group A (0.2% chlorhexidine (CHX) gluconate), group B (0.03% triclosan + 0.025% sodium fluoride (NaF) + 12% ethyl alcohol) or group C (0.2% CHX + 0.3% triclosan + 0.3% NaF + 0.09% Zn chloride (ZnCl(2)). All the subjects were assessed for gingivitis, plaque, supragingival calculus and extrinsic stains at baseline and at the end of the 21-day experimental period.
RESULTS:
There was a significant difference (P = 0.046) in the effectiveness for the prevention of gingivitis and plaque, with subjects of group A and group C presenting least and highest gingival and plaque scores, respectively. Significant differences (P = 0.03) were observed for the accumulation of supragingival calculus where the deposition of calculus in group A was nearly double that of the group B, and group B was most effective in the prevention of supragingival calculus. Highest deposition of extrinsic stains was in the group A followed by group C and group B. There was no significant difference between the three treatments for adverse events' occurrence.
CONCLUSIONS:
CHX mouthrinse was most effective in controlling plaque and gingivitis but caused greatest deposition of extrinsic stains. Supragingival calculus deposition was least in triclosan + NaF group followed by CHX + triclosan + NaF + ZnCl(2) and CHX. More than half of the subjects reported adverse events during the experimental phase.
AuthorsS Kumar, S Patel, J Tadakamadla, H Tibdewal, P Duraiswamy, S Kulkarni
JournalInternational journal of dental hygiene (Int J Dent Hyg) Vol. 11 Issue 1 Pg. 35-40 (Feb 2013) ISSN: 1601-5037 [Electronic] England
PMID22672130 (Publication Type: Comparative Study, Journal Article, Randomized Controlled Trial)
Copyright© 2012 John Wiley & Sons A/S.
Chemical References
  • Anti-Infective Agents, Local
  • Cariostatic Agents
  • Chlorides
  • Mouthwashes
  • Zinc Compounds
  • Triclosan
  • zinc chloride
  • Sodium Fluoride
  • chlorhexidine gluconate
  • Chlorhexidine
Topics
  • Anti-Infective Agents, Local (adverse effects, therapeutic use)
  • Cariostatic Agents (adverse effects, therapeutic use)
  • Chlorhexidine (adverse effects, analogs & derivatives, therapeutic use)
  • Chlorides (adverse effects, therapeutic use)
  • Dental Calculus (prevention & control)
  • Dental Plaque (prevention & control)
  • Dental Plaque Index
  • Double-Blind Method
  • Female
  • Follow-Up Studies
  • Gingivitis (prevention & control)
  • Humans
  • Male
  • Mouth Diseases (chemically induced)
  • Mouthwashes (adverse effects, therapeutic use)
  • Oral Hygiene Index
  • Periodontal Index
  • Pruritus (chemically induced)
  • Sodium Fluoride (adverse effects, therapeutic use)
  • Tooth Discoloration (chemically induced)
  • Treatment Outcome
  • Triclosan (adverse effects, therapeutic use)
  • Young Adult
  • Zinc Compounds (adverse effects, therapeutic use)

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