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Citric Acid Citric Acid provides acidity, chelates metal ions, and buffers pH.
Gluconic Acid Gluconic Acid acts as a chelating agent.
Glucono Delta Lactone GDL replaces chelating agents such as EDTA, and forms a slow release preservative with sodium benzoate.
Lactic Acid Lactic Acid adjusts pH.
Monosodium Citrate Monosodium Citrate adjusts pH, replaces Citric Acid in sensitive formulations, buffers pH, and is used in water-sensitive formulations due to low water content.
Potassium Lactate Potassium Lactate adjusts pH.
Sodium Bicarbonate Sodium Bicarbonate serves as a bactericidal against most periodontal pathogens.
Sodium Gluconate Sodium Gluconate adjusts pH, acts as chelating agent, and provide stabilizing fluoride delivery systems.
Sodium Lactate Sodium Lactate adjusts pH.
Tricalcium Citrate Tricalcium Citrate adjusts pH and reduces caries resulting from remineralizing of teeth.
Tripotassium Citrate Tripotassium Citrate adjusts pH, improves complexity and stability, and reduces sensitivity to pain of teeth.
Trisodium Citrate Trisodium Citrate acts as a carrier for inorganic and organic substances, buffers pH, and adjusts pH.
Xanthan Gum Xanthan Gum provides easily pumpability and excellent flow properties, gives good stand on the brush, provides high stabilizing and suspending properties, and provides high viscosity at low concentration.
Zinc Citrate Zinc Citrate reduces and controls plaque.