by Joe Haldeman, editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Health Promotion, in The Journal of Oral Medicine and Oral Pathology.
“It’s like the world’s oldest dental hygiene program, but for dentists,” Haldemen told Wired.
While Doterras first started in the United States in 1993, it has since spread to other countries, including China, Japan and the United Kingdom.
The first oral health food to be tested was doterra, a brand of powdered sugar.
In the United Arab Emirates, doterras were used to treat patients who had tooth decay, according to the Dubai Times.
But the drug is also being tested in other countries.
Last year, for instance, a trial was conducted in Spain, where a trial for oral contraceptive use was halted due to the drug’s use as an antibiotic.
Other countries are also experimenting with oral health products.
Doterra has recently been promoted in the U.K. by the National Oral Health Foundation, and the Food and Drug Administration has approved its use in Europe.
It was developed by Dr. George T. Tameran, a professor at the University of California San Francisco, who was named a Laureate of the Year in 2014.
Tameran’s research was funded by the U and UK government.
He has also been credited with developing the first commercially available oral hygiene products.
“Doterras is an extremely effective, safe and effective oral hygiene product,” he said in a statement.
“But there are many other important ingredients and processes in our oral health product that need to be explored.”
“We need to look at the chemical, mechanical, and other processes in the food, the ingredients, and how they are applied and tested to improve our oral hygiene,” he added.
With reporting by Associated Press.