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Remineralization potential of 5,000 ppm fluoride dentifrices evaluated in a pH cycling model
Prescription 1.1% sodium fluoride (NaF) dentifrices designed to either have fast dispersion for improved enamel fluoride uptake (that is, PreviDent® Booster 5000) or contain an innovative tricalciumExpand
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Fluoride Plus Functionalized β-TCP
With more than 50 years of clinical success, fluoride serves as the gold standard agent for preventing tooth decay. In particular, the action of fluoride facilitates saliva-driven remineralization ofExpand
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Electron Probe Microanalysis and Transverse Microradiography Studies of Artificial Lesions in Enamel and Dentin: A Comparative Study
In cariology and research involving the interactions between restorative materials and dental hard tissues, it is important for small changes in tooth mineral content to be measurable. Currently,Expand
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Challenges of Implementing New Remineralization Technologies
The authors declare no conflict of interest. T here are increasing numbers of promising technologies aimed at enhancing tooth remineralization or preventing tooth decay, yet relatively fewExpand
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In vitro assessments of experimental NaF dentifrices containing a prospective calcium phosphate technology.
PURPOSE To determine the fluoride dose response of experimental NaF dentifrices containing a prospective calcium phosphate technology, along with the corresponding relative enamel and dentin abrasionExpand
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Bioactive glass and bioabsorbable membrane in the treatment of a maxillary class II furcation defect: case report with 6-month re-entry.
Th he objective of this research was to evalua ate the anticaries potential of stabilized stannous ffluoride and sodium hexametaphosphate dentifrice usiing a series s of labo oratory studies. In aExpand
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In situ Evaluation of Sodium Hexametaphosphate-Containing Dentifrices
The purpose of this investigator-blinded, five-treatment, crossover human intraoral study was to evaluate the effects of two experimental dentifrice formulations containing either stannous fluorideExpand
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The comparative anticaries efficacy of Crest toothpaste relative to some marketed Chinese toothpastes – results of in vitro pH cycling testing
Summary Several laboratory studies have been conducted to confirm and compare the anticaries potential of the major fluoride toothpastes currently marketed in China. This paper reports on oneExpand
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Anticaries and hard tissue abrasion effects of a "dual-action" whitening, sodium hexametaphosphate tartar control dentifrice.
A series of "profile" laboratory studies was conducted to confirm the anticaries potential and hard tissue safety of a novel sodium hexametaphosphate dentifrice technology which provides dual-actionExpand
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Anticaries potential of a stabilized stannous fluoride/sodium hexametaphosphate dentifrice.
The objective of this research was to evaluate the anticaries potential of stabilized stannous fluoride and sodium hexametaphosphate dentifrice using a series of laboratory studies. In a study ofExpand
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