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Represents the current state of the art in the science of dentifrices and highlights the clinical and biological aspects emphasis is placed on the chemistry of dentifrice products and how they are read moreall currently used topical fluoride agents deposit soluble fluoride as calcium fluoride on enamel or in lesions calcium fluoride serves as a source of fluoride for the formation of fluorapatite the latter phase is formed when ph drops in plaque not during topical application the potential for calcium fluoride formation should probably be increased in topical fluoride agentsthis information is provided by a service that aggregates data from review sources and other sources that are often consulted by libraries and readersdentifrices fluoride dentifrices have been shown in numerous clinical trials to be effective anticaries agents and have been recognized as a major cause of the remarkable decline in caries prevalence in many developed countries 23dentifrices have been widely adopted around the world as the principle means of delivering topical fluoride and obtaining caries preventive benefits1 introduction dental caries is an infectious disease in which there is an interplay between different factors teeth bacteria that inhabit the oral cavity and substrates such as carbohydrates essentially the pathogenic process is due to specific acidogenic microorganisms at the tooth surface dental plaque that produce high concentrations of organic acids from dietary carbohydrates

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