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In 2011, Professor Satoshi Sato of the Japanese Dental University and others did a "Study on the Killing Effect of Slightly Acidic Electrolyzed Water(SAEW) on Bacteria in the Oral Cavity", and studied the effect of SAEW on three alternative peridental pathogens, namely Actinobacillus with actinomycetes. ,The bactericidal effect of Porphyromonas gingivalis and Prevotella intermedius, SAEW (10~30 mg/L) was found to show complete bactericidal effect within 1 minute. This bactericidal effect can replace 25% and is still effective. At the same time, it also showed that the original solution and 25% reduction solution had a complete sterilization effect on common cariogenic bacteria, namely Streptococcus mutans, within 1 minute.
The Shanghai Center for Disease Control and Prevention conducted an animal toxicity test on SAEW [Shanghai Pre-Research Committee Xiao (2014) Check Zi No. 0268], and the test found that the acute oral toxicity of slightly acidic electrolyzed water with an effective chlorine concentration of 80 mg/L was non-toxic. , Acute inhalation toxicity test is non-toxic, one-time complete skin irritation test is non-toxic, acute eye irritation test is non-toxic, and micronucleus test is negative. At the same time, the "Sanitary Standards for Acidic Electrolyzed Water Generators" to be announced and implemented, the use of slightly acidic electrolyzed water also mentions that it can be used for the disinfection of oral mucosa.
In recent years, the application of slightly acidic electrolyzed water in the disinfection of the waterway of the oral comprehensive treatment table has been verified and reported.