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Fluoride Release from Different Powder Liquid Ratios of Fuji VII

  title={Fluoride Release from Different Powder Liquid Ratios of Fuji VII},
  author={Woranun Prapansilp and Praphasri Rirattanapong and Rudee Surarit and Kadkao Vongsavan},
Introduction: The quantity of fluoride ions released from glass-ionomer cements is of major importance in the prevention of dental caries in children. Fuji VII is a glass-ionomer that releases more fluoride ions than other fluoride releasing materials. Purpose: To evaluate the concentration of fluoride ions released from the Fuji VII with differing powder liquid (P/L) mixing ratios. Methods: Eight cylindrical specimens from four groups with different P/L ratios were prepared and immersed… 

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