TITLE

Mouthrinses: active ingredients, pharmacological properties and indications

AUTHOR(S)
de ARAUJO, Danilo Barral; de Jesus CAMPOS, Elis�ngela; de Almeida BASTOS, Isis Henriques; de PAULA, Daniel Miranda; TEN�RIO JUNIOR2, Edval Reginaldo; de ARAUJO, Roberto Paulo Correia
PUB. DATE
July 2012
SOURCE
RGO: Revista Ga�cha de Odontologia;jul-set2012, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p349
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Objective To evaluate the formulations of 29 mouthrinses marketed in the city of Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, in 2011, with respect to active principles - antimicrobial-agents - and other components. Methods Data collection was performed in commercial wide circulation. Product labels were evaluated, information recorded, and afterwards data were complemented by consulting the scientific literature. Results Of the three chlorhexidine-containing mouthrinses, two contained 0.12% chlorhexidine gluconate or digluconate formulated in a free base concentration of chlorhexidine 0.067%, while the third did not report the concentration. Only two mouthwashes contained the antimicrobial agent triclosan at 0.03% concentration associated with PVA Gantrez copolymer at 0.2% concentration to stabilize it. Cetylpyridinium chloride is an antiseptic substance present in most mouthwashes available on the market, while products containing essential oils as active principles in their formulations, usually associate thymol, menthol, eucalyptol and methyl salicylate. Irrespective of the antibacterial agent, the mouthrinses typically have similar complementary substances, especially the addition of fluoride ions. Conclusion There are a a wide variety of mouthrinses containing antimicrobial agents in a variety of different spectra on the Market, but no data are provided on other substances added to them. Among antimicrobial agents, the most frequently found in mouthwashes was cetylpyridinium chloride. It is important for the dentist to have adequate knowledge of the spectrum of action of each antimicrobial agent, in order to prescribe the most appropriate type in each case.
ACCESSION #
84667842

 

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