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Aug 16, 2011 | 09:20 AM CDT
Researchers at the University of Illinois have confirmed the presence of bacteria associated with early childhood caries (ECC) in infant saliva. The research, which was published in PLoS One in the article “Comparative analysis of salivary bacterial microbiome diversity in edentulous infants and their mothers or primary care givers using pyrosequencing” proposes the need for infant oral care.
Aug 08, 2011 | 02:17 PM CDT
Dentists are becoming worried about the abuse of teeth-whitening systems, according to an ABC News report by Courtney Hutchinson.
Jul 19, 2011 | 09:28 AM CDT
A report by The Freedonia Group Inc. anticipates the demand for US specialty silicas to rise 5.8% annually to US $1.7 billion from 2010 to 2015, largely supported by the cosmetics and rubber market.
Apr 22, 2011 | 10:11 AM CDT
Through a new partnership based on ISP’s complex coacervation encapsulation technology and Takasago’s flavors, new flavor and sensory approaches will be developed to elevate consumer experiences with oral care products.
Dec 20, 2010 | 12:06 PM CST
Researchers at Florida State University has developed a molecular sensor based on naphthalene diimide that changes color when it comes into contact with fluoride.
Jun 11, 2010 | 09:38 AM CDT
Omya, a Swiss-based producer of industrial minerals, has launched natural calcium carbonates for toothpastes and color cosmetics.
Feb 26, 2010 | 11:22 AM CST
By: Eric Dupont, PhD, and Juan Gomez, Immanence; C…
As the mechanisms of skin aging become better understood, their complexity commands a different approach for antiaging benefits—i.e., integrating multiple complementary actives into a single formulation. In the present article, the authors describe a comprehensive formula designed to effectively address sixteen different mechanisms of skin aging.
Nov 23, 2009 | 09:53 AM CST
The American Dental Association (ADA) has published a statement requesting that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) establish appropriate classifications for tooth-whitening chemicals.
Oct 30, 2009 | 03:29 PM CDT
By: Katie Schaefer, Cosmetics & Toiletries magazin…
Teeth whiteners are available as OTC strips and gels, but consumers seeking more immediate and dramatic effects often visit the dentist for an in-office procedure or take-home solution. In any case, many of these treatments increase tooth sensitivity and damage the gums, according to Raymond Frye, DMD, a cosmetic dentist and owner of Bling Dental. Therefore, he developed a whitening solution based on a combination of carbamide peroxide with a desensitizer.
Jul 28, 2009 | 04:42 PM CDT
Aloe vera tooth gel, according to the report, eliminates pathogenic oral microflora in the mouth similar to toothpaste.