Bioavailable Gluconate Chelated Stannous Fluoride Toothpaste Meta-Analyses: Effects on Dentine Hypersensitivity and Enamel Erosion.

@article{West2020BioavailableGC,
  title={Bioavailable Gluconate Chelated Stannous Fluoride Toothpaste Meta-Analyses: Effects on Dentine Hypersensitivity and Enamel Erosion.},
  author={Nicola X. West and Tao He and Yuanshu Zou and J Digennaro and Aaron R. Biesbrock and Maria Davies},
  journal={Journal of dentistry},
  year={2020},
  pages={
          103566
        }
}
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Allergic contact stomatitis due to desensitizing toothpastes.
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Three cases of allergic contact stomatitis due to stannous chloride-containing desensitizing toothpastes are reported and general dentists and other professionals should pay more attention to the safety and adverse effects of toothpaste.

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