Dr. G. N. Pramodini*, C. Muralikrishna Goud, Syed Hafeez Ahmed and Dr. Shaik Mohd. Khasim


Dentifrices have been used since the ancient past and one of main irreplaceable components of oral health care. During that period, squashed none, pulverized egg and clam shells were utilized as abrasives as a part of tooth cleaning. In recent years, focus has been shifted towards the release of active ingredients during the formulation development to prevent and / or treat oral illness. But some substances show unpleasant side effects such as tooth staining and altered taste. This led to increased attention of using natural ingredients in herbal dentifrices. Herbal extracts are used in dentistry for treatment of various dental disorders. The natural photochemical could offer an effective alternative to antibiotics and represent a promising approach to prevention and therapeutic strategies for various oral infections. The herbal remedies have an edge over conventional antibiotic treatment that suffer the limitation of low benefit to high risk as compared to herbal treatment that possess high benefit to low-risk ratio. The main of this experiment is to formulate and evaluate polyherbal tooth powder. The five plant samples that have been employed in this project are Pongamia pinnata, Clove, Betel, tulsi and ginger. They are normally used as ancient medicines. However these plants conjointly contribute a good deal to the ayurvedic medicines since history. Polyherbal tooth powder was formulated and its evaluation was performed. The evaluation results were compared with the marketed tooth powder which was taken as the standard reference (Vico Vajradanti) and the results were found to be equivalent.

Keywords: Pongamia pinnata, Clove, Betel, tulsi and ginger.

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