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Authors:  O. R. Ruda, S. N. Razumova, A. S. Brago, Y. S. Kozlova, D. V. Serebrov, and A. S. Manvelyan
According to the World Health Organization, caries of permanent teeth is the most common disease among oral pathologies [1]. In modern society, people, regardless of age and type of activity, are often subject to factors that affect the development of demineralization of hard tooth tissues [2, 3].
А key component of prevention of demineraliz-ation of hard tooth tissues in the initial stage is rational oral hygiene [4].
To study the properties of toothpaste with a multicomplex effect. 

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Study of the Toothpaste Use with a Multicomplex Effect (pp. 283-285)