Numerous natural ingredients are
antimicrobial and antifungal. These characteristics must
be compatible with the pathogens to be eradicated.
Environmental factors and oral biology imbalances
influence the development of the commensal oral cavity.
Numerous plant extracts may contribute to maintaining
a healthy commensal balance. Measuring the biotolerant properties of plant extracts is essential for
determining the antibacterial and fungal properties of
the extracts and maintaining the pathogen balance by
preventing bacteria from becoming virulent. The biotolerance of plant extracts is determined using the
biomass index, Temperature and pH changes,
biostability, absorption and residual capacity, and
pathogen opsonization. This study aims to establish the
optimal concentration for future research trials;
additionally, it will serve as a reference for measuring the
development of oral commensals during the pathogenesis
of dental and oral mucosa infections. The study was
evaluated as a bio-tolerance concept to plant extracts as
regulators of the oral commensal balance.
Formula inhibition, Oral commensals, Plant extracts