Conventional and Anti-Erosion Fluoride Toothpastes: Effect on Enamel Erosion and Erosion-Abrasion

@article{Ganss2011ConventionalAA,
  title={Conventional and Anti-Erosion Fluoride Toothpastes: Effect on Enamel Erosion and Erosion-Abrasion},
  author={Carolina Ganss and Adrian Lussi and O. Grunau and Joachim Klimek and Nadine Schlueter},
  journal={Caries Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={45},
  pages={581 - 589}
}
New toothpastes with anti-erosion claims are marketed, but little is known about their effectiveness. This study investigates these products in comparison with various conventional NaF toothpastes and tin-containing products with respect to their erosion protection/abrasion prevention properties. In experiment 1, samples were demineralised (10 days, 6 × 2 min/day; citric acid, pH 2.4), exposed to toothpaste slurries (2 × 2 min/day) and intermittently stored in a mineral salt solution. In… 

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