Laboratory enamel fluoride uptake from fluoride products

Guglielmo Campus, Maria Grazia Cagetti, Nadia Spano, Stefania Denurra, Fabio Cocco, Maurizio Bossu, Maria Ignazia Pilo, Gavino Sanna, Franklin Garcia-Godoy

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Purpose: To evaluate the fluoride concentration in enamel after the use of different fluoride products and 48 hours after the cessation of fluoride use. Methods: 16 enamel slabs were divided and treated for 15 days as following: Group A, with an amine fluoride toothpaste and mouthrinse (1400 and 250 mg/L -1, respectively); Group B, with an amine fluoride toothpaste (1400 mg/ -1) and mouthrinse without fluoride; Group C, with a sodium fluoride toothpaste (1400 mg/ -1) and mouthrinse (250 mg/ -1). Chemical biopsy and multiple means were used to determine fluoride concentration. The data were statistically analyzed using the two-way ANOVA and Tukey HSD tests (P< 0.05). Results: After 15 days of fluoride product use, Group A samples had the highest fluoride uptake (0.19 μg mm -2) (P< 0.05). 48 hours after the interruption of fluoride product usage, a higher fluoride concentration was found in Group A samples. Although all fluoride products led to an enamel uptake, amine fluoride products promoted the most effective long-term uptake.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)13-16
Number of pages4
JournalAmerican Journal of Dentistry
Volume25
Issue number1
StatePublished - Feb 1 2012

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Dental Enamel
Fluorides
Toothpastes
Amines
Sodium Fluoride
Analysis of Variance

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  • Dentistry(all)

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Campus, G., Cagetti, M. G., Spano, N., Denurra, S., Cocco, F., Bossu, M., ... Garcia-Godoy, F. (2012). Laboratory enamel fluoride uptake from fluoride products. American Journal of Dentistry, 25(1), 13-16.

Laboratory enamel fluoride uptake from fluoride products. / Campus, Guglielmo; Cagetti, Maria Grazia; Spano, Nadia; Denurra, Stefania; Cocco, Fabio; Bossu, Maurizio; Pilo, Maria Ignazia; Sanna, Gavino; Garcia-Godoy, Franklin.

In: American Journal of Dentistry, Vol. 25, No. 1, 01.02.2012, p. 13-16.

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Campus, G, Cagetti, MG, Spano, N, Denurra, S, Cocco, F, Bossu, M, Pilo, MI, Sanna, G & Garcia-Godoy, F 2012, 'Laboratory enamel fluoride uptake from fluoride products', American Journal of Dentistry, vol. 25, no. 1, pp. 13-16.
Campus G, Cagetti MG, Spano N, Denurra S, Cocco F, Bossu M et al. Laboratory enamel fluoride uptake from fluoride products. American Journal of Dentistry. 2012 Feb 1;25(1):13-16.
Campus, Guglielmo ; Cagetti, Maria Grazia ; Spano, Nadia ; Denurra, Stefania ; Cocco, Fabio ; Bossu, Maurizio ; Pilo, Maria Ignazia ; Sanna, Gavino ; Garcia-Godoy, Franklin. / Laboratory enamel fluoride uptake from fluoride products. In: American Journal of Dentistry. 2012 ; Vol. 25, No. 1. pp. 13-16.
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