Fluoride uptake and caries rate in hamster molars after topical fluoride application followed by acidulation.

Abstract

Daily topical application of 2% NaF on hamster molars for 4 days in vivo, followed by acidulation (grapefruit beverage, pH 3.3) resulted in a lower caries rate than NaF followed by water application. Fluoride uptake was somewhat higher, but not significantly so in the acidulated group. 

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