Clinical anticaries efficacy of NaF and SMFP dentifrices: overview and resolution of the scientific controversy.

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Since the introduction of commercially marketed fluoride-containing dentifrices in the 1950s, the evolution of these products has seen a number of formulation changes, particularly with regard to the specific types of active fluoride agents they contain. Most currently marketed dentifrices contain one of two major fluoride compounds--sodium fluoride (NaF… (More)

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@article{Volpe1995ClinicalAE, title={Clinical anticaries efficacy of NaF and SMFP dentifrices: overview and resolution of the scientific controversy.}, author={Anthony R. Volpe and Margaret E Petrone and Robin Davies and Howard M. Proskin}, journal={The Journal of clinical dentistry}, year={1995}, volume={6 Spec No}, pages={1-28} }