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THERAPEUTIC ROLES OF FLUORIDE RELEASED FROM RESTORATIVE DENTAL MATERIALS

@inproceedings{Zafar2011THERAPEUTICRO,
  title={THERAPEUTIC ROLES OF FLUORIDE RELEASED FROM RESTORATIVE DENTAL MATERIALS},
  author={Muhammad Sohail Zafar and Naseer Ahmed and Rizwan Ullah and Fernando Yamamoto Chiba and Cl{\'e}a A S Garbin and Maria Mattera and M Mota and Renato Felipe Pereira and Doris Hissako Sumida},
  year={2011}
}
Because topical fluoride is considered to be beneficial for oral health, fluoride release and recharge features have been added to various restorative dental materials. These materials act as a rechargeable reservoir that can release fluoride, be recharged with fluoride, and then re-release fluoride, thus ensuring the availability of fluoride over a longer period of time. The ability of these materials to deliver the optimal concentration of fluoride required for various therapeutic actions for… 

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