Fluoride dentifrices: current status and prospects.


Toothpastes have developed from the poorly effective formulations using incompatible abrasive systems to the highly effective products now being given credit for the decline in dental caries in most developed countries. The earliest toothpastes used sodium fluoride but this was soon replaced by stannous fluoride, sodium monofluorophosphate and amine… (More)


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@article{Mellberg1991FluorideDC, title={Fluoride dentifrices: current status and prospects.}, author={James R Mellberg}, journal={International dental journal}, year={1991}, volume={41 1}, pages={9-16} }