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BIBLIOGRAFIA (su “Hobagel” e “Hobagel Plus”)

  1. Roncati M., Gola G., Carinci F. Microbiological status and clinical outcomes in peri-implant mucositis patients treated with or without adjunctive bioadhesive dental gel. O.H.D.M 2015;14.1:49-54
  2. Pasini G., Zorzo C., Gola G., Polizzi E. Valutazione clinica di un gruppo di pazienti, affetti da gengivite,dopo utilizzo di un gel a base di cetilpiridinnio cloruro, triclosan e oli essenziali. Quintessenza Int. 2012;1: 23-31
  3. Pasini G., Puntelli S., Gola G. Utilizzo di Cloruro di Cetilpiridinnio 0,05%,triclosan e oli essenziali nella terapia ortodontia fissa. Quintessenza Int. 2009;1:59-66
  4. Gola G., Mapelli C., Polizzi E., Pasini G., Storti E. Ricerca clinica sull’efficacia di un gel di acido jaluronico e oli essenziali nel trattamento dell’aftosi orale. Quintessenza Int. & JOMI 2014;2: 47-54
  5. Prosper L., Separo I., Polizzi E., Zunica N., Cassinelli C., Cortella CA. Materiali estetici restaurativi: analisi in vitro sull’adesione batterica e danni iatrogeni indotti dalle tecniche d’igiene professionale. Quintessenza Int. & JOMI 2013;3:43-51
  6. Cagetti MG., Strohmenger L., Basile V., Abati S., Mastroberardino S., Campus G. Effect of a toothpaste containing triclosan,cetylpiridinnium chloride and essential oils on gingival status in schoolchildren: a randomized clinical pilot study. Quintessence International 2014; 5:1-9
  7. Gola G., Roncati M. Utilizzo di un gel bioadesivo sulle suture nei tessuti orali sottoposti a procedure chirurgiche estrattive. Dental ; novembre 2015

Effetti degli OLII ESSENZIALI – utilizzabili come presidi per l’igiene orale domiciliare e professionale – sulla placca batterica e sulle infiammazioni gengivali

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