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Dental Plaque clinical trials at UCSF

1 research study open to eligible people

Dental plaque is a sticky film on your teeth. UCSF is studying how a product called Livionex affects dental plaque in kids getting stem cell transplants. We're looking at kids who are also having chemotherapy and radiation treatment.

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  • Livionex Oral Microbiome and Dental Plaque Control in HSCT Recipients

    open to all eligible people

    Children undergoing chemotherapy, radiation treatment and Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation (HSCT) have significant difficulties achieving good oral hygiene and dental plaque control. HSCT recipients are at a significant risk for bacteremia and sepsis. Livionex® toothpaste was shown to be effective in reducing dental plaques while containing no additives found in other toothpastes that can cause increased gingival irritation. The investigators hypothesize that improved oral hygiene and better plaque control in pediatric patients receiving chemo/radiation treatment or HSCT may result in reduced oral inflammation, decreased amount of oral bacterial pathogens, and reduced risk of oral-pathogen related systemic bacterial infections. The overall goal of this prospective randomized (2:1) pilot study is to determine whether incorporation of the Livionex® toothpaste in the research regimen could reduce dental plaque.

    San Francisco, California

Our lead scientists for Dental Plaque research studies include .

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