anticariogenic agents

anticariogenic agents (an´tīker´-ēōjen´ik), substances that inhibit or arrest dental caries formation. See also fluorides, sealants.
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9 [micro]g/ml, which was much lower than those of other natural anticariogenic agents such as 15.
It has been used as an anticariogenic agent in a wide range of oral care products such as toothpastes and mouthwashes due to its strong antibacterial effectiveness (Eley, 1999).
Accordingly, macelignan might be potentially employed as an anticariogenic agent to oral care products in the place of essential oils.