1. DENTAL CALCULUS: A STRATEGIC REVIEW: International Journal of Dental and Health Sciences, 2014; 1(5):788-795.
“Calculus dissolution based oral rinse like Periogen® (Periogen Company-USA) with key ingredients of Tetrapotassium Pyrophosphate (TKPP), Sodium Tripolyphosphate (STPP), Sodium Bicrbonate, Sodium Fluoride and Citric Acid seems to be potential oral rinse for suppressing the mineralization of dental plaque when used on regular basis as an adjunct to tooth brushing”. Click Here to read full paper.
2. A Prospective Experimental Comparative Study on the Clinical Effects of Calculus Dissolution based Oral Rinse in Gingivitis Patients. International Journal of Experimental Dental Science, January-June 2015; 4(1):33-39.
“The results of the present study are intriguing and should be interpreted from a clinical perspective. Dentist/hygienists should prescribe anticalculus oral rinse (Periogen) between the professionally cleaning of teeth. This could be a practice that would decrease the bio load in the oral cavity specially the new calculus deposits that serves as reservoir to dental plaque.” Click Here to read full paper.
3. Periogen Oral Rinse Study to Determine the Effect of Periodontal Disease. International Dental Journal 2015; 65 (Suppl. 2): 108--161
“In conclusion, Periogen oral rinse is significantly better in reducing periodontal disease as compared to just using a water flosser alone.” Click Here to read the full abstract.
4. A Prospective Experimental Comparative Study on the Clinical Effects of Calculus Dissolution Based Oral Rinse in Gingivitis Patients. International Dental Journal 2015; 65 (Suppl. 2): 108--161
“Regular home use of oral rinse with anti-calculus properties will be effective to prevent mineralization and further suppress calculus formation in order to prevent gingival inflammation.” Click Here to read the full abstract.
5. Peri-Implantitis and Biofilm: Inescapable Bio-Linkage: Journal of Oral Hygiene and Health, 2015; 3(1):11.
“Recent advances with next generation anti-calculus mouth rinse such as Periogen will play a key role in preventing peri-implantitis.” Click Here to read full paper.
6. Dental Calculus: A Bacterial Hub. Journal of Dental problem and Solutions, 2016; 3(1):6.
“Technology and research today provide openness to safe, affordable and effective anti-calculus Mouth rinse (Like Periogen) that can be a potential turning point in maintaining oral hygiene” Click Here to read full paper.
7. Periodontal Disease Linked to Erectile Dysfunction. J Oral Bio. 2016; 3(1): 1.
"A recently conducted clinical study proved that mouth rinse (Periogen®) containing tetrapotassium pyrophosphate and sodium tripolyphosphate as the anticalculus agent provides a clinically relevant reduction in calculus formation" Click Here to read full paper
8. A Six-Month Clinical Study to Evaluate the Effects of Sodium Tripolyphosphate and Tetrapotassium Pyrophosphate Based Calculus Dissolution Oral Rinse in Patients with Zirconium Dioxide and Titanium Dental Implants BEMS Reports, 2016;2(2):64-70.
“Calculus dissolution based Periogen® mouthrinse provided clinically significant reduction in calculus formation in subjects with zirconium dioxide and titanium dental implants when used twice daily for 6 months as an adjunct to toothbrushing” Click Here to read full paper.
9. Anti-plaque and anti-microbial efficiency of different oral rinses in a 3 day plaque accumulation model. J Biol Reg Homeos Ag 2016; 30 (4): 1173-78.
“From the public health point of view, Periogen mouthwash can serve as a good alternative to avoid alcohol based products or those with an artificial preservatives” Click here to read full paper
10. Maturation Index Assessment of Sodium Tripolyphosphate and Tetra Potassium Pyrophosphate Based Calculus Dissolution Mouthrinse (Periogen®) in Moderate Gingivitis Patients: A Histopathological Study. J Dent Health Oral Disord Ther 2017, 6(6): 00218
“Periogen mouth rinse play a significant role in plaque control; accelerate in gingival wound healing by increasing turnover of superficial cell number” Click here to read full paper
11. Rajnics Z, Radnai M. The Effect of Periogen Solution on Dental Calculus in vitro: A Pilot Study. Int J Experiment Dent Sci 2017; 6(1):33-34.
“The experiment showed that pulverizing the previously hard calculus was done easily after soaking it in Periogen.” Click here to read full paper
12. Comparative Effect of Chlorhexidine and Anti-Calculus Mouthrinse on Dental Plaque, Gingival Inflammation and Calculus Formation on Plaque Induced Gingivitis Patients
"Periogen effectively reduced the clinical symptoms of plaque-induced gingivitis, and had a statistically
significant effect on the reduction of clinical and salivary concentration parameters when compared to 0.12% Chlorhexidine." Click here to read full paper