KR20010026620A - Toothpaste type compositions for detecting dental caries - Google Patents

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KR20010026620A
KR20010026620A KR1019990038011A KR19990038011A KR20010026620A KR 20010026620 A KR20010026620 A KR 20010026620A KR 1019990038011 A KR1019990038011 A KR 1019990038011A KR 19990038011 A KR19990038011 A KR 19990038011A KR 20010026620 A KR20010026620 A KR 20010026620A
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홍선관
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61KPREPARATIONS FOR MEDICAL, DENTAL, OR TOILET PURPOSES
    • A61K6/00Preparations for dentistry
    • A61K6/25Compositions for detecting or measuring, e.g. of irregularities on natural or artificial teeth
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61KPREPARATIONS FOR MEDICAL, DENTAL, OR TOILET PURPOSES
    • A61K6/00Preparations for dentistry
    • A61K6/60Preparations for dentistry comprising organic or organo-metallic additives
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PURPOSE: A toothpaste-type diagnostic agent for decayed tooth is provided, which percepts existence of decayed tooth at home easily and economically without extra technologies by using the agent containing dyeing solution, glycerin, water and binders, so helps people who do not want to go to dentist to know whether or not existence of decayed tooth. CONSTITUTION: A process for the preparation of toothpaste-type diagnostic agent for decayed tooth comprises the steps of: mixing glycerin 43wt.%, water 28wt.%, sorbitol 2wt.%, cleanser sodium lauryl sulfate 2wt.%, binder caraginan 5wt.%, perfume 2wt.%, and desensitization agent 4wt.% in a reaction container, and boiling till the mixture to be semi-solid state; dissolving dyeing pigment C.I.Acid red 33 1wt.% in propylene glycol solution 13wt.% to get dye solution; mixing the semi-solid material with the dye solution after cooling to get the semi-solid state toothpaste-type diagnostic agent for decayed tooth. The toothpaste-type diagnostic agent for decayed tooth shows red color within 1-2minutes after brushing if you have decayed tooth.

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Toothpaste type compositions for detecting dental caries}

[TECHNICAL FIELD OF THE INVENTION]

The present invention relates to a toothpaste-type tooth decay agent, and more particularly, to a toothpaste-type tooth decay agent that can be detected early in the home in a simple and economic way.

[Private Technology]

Toothpaste first appeared in human history in ancient Egypt around 1550 B.C. and used a mixture of flint powder, cyan, green clay, frankincense and honey. Recently, with the development of dentistry and pharmacy, various medicinal ingredients, including fluoride, have been studied. Toothpaste plays an essential role in maintaining oral health, including not only cleaning function in the oral cavity, but also prevention of tooth decay and periodontal disease.

Currently, general dental procedures are well known in the public, and various dental supplies are commercially available. In addition, in the past, products including a sensing ingredient in gum, tablets and toothpaste have been invented to detect plaque. However, despite the importance of early detection of tooth decay for the prevention and treatment of dental health, there is no method for detecting tooth decay that can easily detect tooth decay at home. Of course, it is possible to detect the presence of tooth decay with the naked eye and pain, but it is difficult for the naked eye to accurately determine the presence of tooth decay, and in the stage where the tooth decay has occurred, the progress of tooth decay has already occurred. There is a problem that proceeds with a lot of restrictions in the treatment of caries.

On the other hand, it is very important to clarify the boundaries between dental caries and dental care in the dental care sector. Dentists have made various efforts to separate the boundaries, and since 1972 they have used dental caries, such as dyes. However, the dental caries detection method used in the dental hospital has a problem that the method is complicated, expensive and requires special equipment for the confirmation of dental caries.

Therefore, the present invention is composed of a material that is not harmful to the human body, can quickly and easily detect the tooth decay, does not require any technology, can be applied conveniently and safely at home, fear of going to the dental hospital It is an object of the present invention to provide a toothpaste-type tooth decay agent that can be applied to those who have.

1, 3, 5, 7, 7, and 11 show photographs of teeth before using toothpaste-type tooth decay agent,

2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 shows a picture of the tooth after using the toothpaste type tooth decay detecting agent.

In order to achieve the above object, the present invention comprises (a) a tooth decay detection dye solution, (b) glycerin, (c) water, (d) cleaning agent and (e) binder composition To provide.

The present invention also provides a toothpaste tooth decay detecting agent comprising (a) a tooth decay detection dye solution, (b) glycerin, (c) water, (d) cleaning agent and (e) binder.

In the present invention, the tooth decay detection dye solution is composed of a dye and a solvent for dissolving the dye, the dye is edible, can be used as long as it does not harm the human body. The dye is C.I. Acid red 33 (C.I. 17200), Phloxine B (C.I. 45410), Fast Green FCF (F & D & C Green 3), Phloxine BK (dipotassium salt of C.I. 45410), C.I. Preference is given to one or more selected from the group consisting of Acid Red 52 (C.I. 45100), Rhodamine B (C.I.45170) and mixtures thereof. In addition, the caries detection dye preferably comprises 0.1 to 20% by weight in the caries detection dye solution. If the amount is less than 0.1 wt%, the amount of dye deposited on the cavities is so small that it is difficult to identify the presence of the dye deposited with the naked eye, making it difficult to determine the presence of the cavities. This is expensive and the economy is inferior. More preferably, it is preferable to use 5 to 7% by weight of the dye in the caries detection dye solution.

In addition, the dye solvent is preferably an aqueous solution of an alcohol system that is harmless to the human body, and particularly preferably selected from the group consisting of an aqueous solution of propylene glycol, an aqueous solution of triethylene glycol, and a mixture thereof. It is preferable that the said dye solvent contains 50 volume% or more of an alcohol component, and it is more preferable to contain 70 volume% or more. In addition, the tooth decay detection dye solution is preferably occupied 3 to 30% by weight in the composition for preparing toothpaste type tooth decay agent of the present invention.

In addition, the composition for preparing a toothpaste tooth decay detecting agent of the present invention includes glycerin, and the glycerin is used for maintaining the state of the toothpaste tooth decay detecting agent and preventing drying. The glycerin is 30 to 60% by weight in the composition for preparing a toothpaste tooth decay detecting agent of the present invention. It is particularly preferable to use 45 to 50% by weight of glycerin. In addition to glycerin, sorbitol may be used.

In addition, the composition for preparing a toothpaste tooth decay detecting agent of the present invention comprises water. The water serves to mix the toothpaste components evenly, and the toothpaste type tooth decay detection composition preferably contains 20 to 40% by weight of water.

In addition, the composition for preparing a toothpaste tooth decay detecting agent of the present invention comprises a detergent (detergent). The cleaner acts as a surfactant to clean dirt in the mouth. As the detergent, a surfactant having excellent cleaning hardness and no toxicity and irritation is used, and since it is an oral product, sodium lauryl sulfate, sodium lauroyl sarcosinate, sodium alkylsulcocoate, and palm oil fatty acid have good taste and smell. It is preferable to select from the group which consists of sodium monoglycerol sulfonic acid and a sucrose fatty acid ester, and it is preferable that the composition for manufacturing a toothpaste type tooth decay agent contains 0.5 to 5 weight% of a detergent. More preferably, 1 to 2% by weight of sodium lauryl sulfate is further included.

In addition, the composition for preparing a toothpaste tooth decay detecting agent of the present invention comprises a binding agent (binding agent). The binder prevents the separation between the powder and the liquid component in the tooth decay agent, and gives an appropriate viscoelasticity and shape to the tooth decay agent, and also affects the dispersibility, foaming properties of the tooth decay agent in the oral cavity. The binder used in the composition for preparing a toothpaste-type tooth decay detecting agent of the present invention is preferably selected from the group consisting of carragenan, cellulose gum, and mixtures thereof, and the composition of the present invention contains 1 to 10 weight. It is preferred to include%.

In addition, the composition for preparing toothpaste-type tooth decay detecting agent of the present invention may further include additives such as perfumes, sweeteners, desensitizing agents, and anticids, which are generally used in the preparation of toothpaste, in addition to the components described above. have. However, the composition for preparing a toothpaste tooth decay detecting agent of the present invention generally contains very little or no abrasive agent included in the toothpaste component in order to facilitate the deposition of the dye on the tooth.

The method for preparing a toothpaste tooth decay detecting agent from the composition for preparing the toothpaste tooth decay detecting agent is as follows. First, glycerin, water, detergents, binders and other additives are mixed in a reactor of the appropriate size. After the mixing, the reactor is heated until the liquid components become semisolid, and then the semisolid material is cooled to room temperature. In addition, after the tooth decay dye is dissolved in a dye solvent to prepare a dye solution, the dye solution and the semi-solid material is mixed and stirred to form a semi-solid tooth decay detector.

The toothpaste-type tooth decay sensor prepared by the above method comprises: (a) 4 to 35% by weight of the caries detection dye solution, (b) 35 to 70% by weight of glycerin, (c) 0.1 to 15% by weight of water, (d ) 0.7 to 10% by weight of detergent and 1.5 to 15% by weight of (e) binder. The composition ratio of the toothpaste tooth decay detecting agent is made by adjusting the water content through heating the composition for toothpaste tooth decay detection.

Meanwhile, the method of using the toothpaste-type tooth decay detecting agent of the present invention is as follows.

First, brush your teeth with your usual toothpaste to remove food debris and plaque from your mouth. After brushing the teeth, using the toothpaste type tooth decay detecting agent of the present invention after brushing for 1 to 2 minutes, wait about 10 seconds. Then gargle with warm water 3 to 7 times for about 1 minute, brush your teeth without toothpaste for about 30 seconds, and then check for red stains on your teeth. If there is a red stained area, there is a tooth decay. It is advisable to see a dentist. Toothpaste tooth decay detection agent according to the present invention is preferably used once a month to check the presence of caries. After using the toothpaste-type tooth decay detecting agent according to the present invention, if there is an undyed portion of the tooth, the tooth dyed with a toothpaste containing peroxide can be removed.

Hereinafter, examples of the present invention will be described. However, the following examples are intended to illustrate the invention and not to limit the invention.

Example 1

43% by weight of glycerin, 28% by weight of water, 2% by weight of sorbitol, 2% by weight of detergent sodium lauryl sulfate, 5% by weight of binder carrageenan, 2% by weight of fragrance, and 4% by weight of desensitizer, after which the mixture was semisolid Heated until See also dye C.I. 1 wt% of acid red 33 was dissolved in 13 wt% of an aqueous solution of propylene glycol as a solvent to prepare a dye solution. The semisolid material was cooled and mixed with the dye solution, followed by stirring to prepare a toothpaste type tooth decay detector in a semisolid state.

Example 2 Tooth decay detection experiment

Tooth decay detecting agent prepared in Example 1 was used to examine the presence of caries on the teeth separated from the human body. 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11 show photographs of teeth before using toothpaste-type tooth decay agents, and FIGS. 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 10. 12 shows a photograph of the tooth after using the toothpaste type tooth decay detector. Teeth with red portions in the photographs shown in the drawings correspond to tooth decay.

The tooth of FIG. 1 is a tooth decay when judged by the naked eye, and the result of using the tooth decay detecting agent of the present invention was a second degree tooth decay. The tooth of FIG. 3 was a tooth decay in appearance, but FIG. 4, which is a result of using a caries sensor, was not a tooth decay. The tooth of FIG. 5 is not a tooth decay in appearance, and as a result of using a tooth decay detecting agent, FIG. 7 and 9 were tooth decay from the outward appearance, and as a result of using the tooth decay detecting agent as in Figs. 8 and 10, respectively. The tooth of FIG. 11 was a tooth decay in appearance, but as a result of using a tooth decay detecting agent, the tooth was not a tooth decay as shown in FIG. 12.

As a result of overhauling the teeth used in the experiment, all of the results of the tooth decay detection agent showed the same result, and in particular, the teeth shown in the photographs of FIGS. 3 and 4 showing the opposite results and the photographs of FIGS. 11 and 12. The teeth shown in the table show that the results of the naked eye are not effective for the detection of caries.

As described above, the tooth decay-sensing toothpaste manufactured by the present invention is made of a material that does not harm the human body is safe, can quickly and easily detect the tooth decay, does not require any technology, convenient and safe It can be applied at home, making it easy to detect the presence of tooth decay for those who are afraid of going to a dental clinic.

Claims (6)

  1. A composition for producing a toothpaste-type tooth decay detecting agent, comprising: (a) a tooth decay detection dye solution, (b) glycerin, (c) water, (d) a cleaning agent, and (e) a binder.
  2. According to claim 1, 3 to 30% by weight of the caries detection dye solution, 30 to 60% by weight of the glycerin, 20 to 40% by weight of water, 0.5 to 5% by weight of the cleaning agent and 1 to 1% of the binder A composition for preparing toothpaste-type tooth decay detecting agent, comprising 10% by weight.
  3. The dye of claim 1, wherein the dye used in the cavity detecting dye solution is C.I. Acid red 33 (C.I. 17200), Phloxine B (C.I. 45410), Fast Green FCF (F & D & C Green 3), Phloxine BK (dipotassium salt of C.I. 45410), C.I. Acid red 52 (CI 45100), Rhodamine B (CI45170) and at least one selected from the group consisting of a toothpaste type tooth decay detector, characterized in that it comprises 0.1 to 20% by weight in the caries detection dye solution Composition for preparation.
  4. The composition of claim 1, further comprising one or more from the group consisting of perfumes, sweeteners, desensitizers and antacids.
  5. (a) 4 to 35% by weight of a caries detection dye solution, (b) 35 to 70% by weight of glycerin, (c) 0.1 to 15% by weight of water, (d) 0.7 to 10% by weight of detergent, and (e) Toothpaste tooth decay detecting agent comprising 1.5 to 15% by weight of the binder.
  6. The toothpaste-type tooth decay detecting agent according to claim 5, further comprising one or more from the group consisting of perfumes, sweeteners, desensitizers and antacids.
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