noncariogenic

non·car·i·o·gen·ic

(non-kār'ē-ō-jen'ik),
Not producing caries.

non·car·i·o·gen·ic

(non-karē-ō-jenik)
Not producing caries.
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Additionally, this selective approach could also result in protective colonization, by which noncariogenic oral flora overtake sites formerly occupied by S.
Its low caloric value and noncariogenic properties also make it suitable for numerous functional food formulations, such as beverages, cereal bars and extruded products.
Noncariogenic sweeteners Food Labeling: Health Claims; Dietary Noncariogenic Carbohydrate Sweeteners and Dental Caries, 71 Fed.
TIC Gums' TicaPAN Coating System meets standards to qualify for sugar-free and noncariogenic labelling (based on in-vitro) and is also available in a non-GMO version.
The latter is a noncariogenic sweetening substance of low calorie content.
The effect of noncariogenic sweeteners on the prevention of dental caries: A review of the evidence.
Sorbitol is a carbohydrate derivative used as a noncariogenic sweetener and humectant in food, pharmaceutical, personal care and other products.
The ensuing chemical reaction changes the dextrose monomer to polymers that are much more intensely sweet, noncariogenic and moisture-retaining.
The objectives of the counseling session include the client understanding the individual oral problems and appreciating the need for changing habits; specific alterations in the diet necessary for improved general and oral health; dental caries control; minimal consumption of cariogenic foods, especially between meals; substituting noncariogenic foods into the diet; and improving nutritional adequacy in accordance with recommendations set forth by the USDA.