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Fluoride concentration and enamel solubility of deciduous and young permanent teeth after application of topical fluoride solutions

Fluoride concentration and enamel solubility of deciduous and young permanent teeth after application of topical fluoride solutions

Revista de Odontologia Da Unesp 19(1): 155-164

The aim of this article was to compare, through the distillation method, the incorporated amount of fluoride and the reduction of solubility in the enamel of both deciduous and young permanent teeth, following topical application of a 2% neutral sodium fluoride solution, according to the Knutson's technique and a 1.23% of acidulated solution, according to the Wellock & Brudevold's technique. The greatest fluoride incorporation was observed in the deciduous teeth after the usage of the 2% neutral solution. The amount of calcium and phosphorus liberation by the acid solution was greatest in the control group, followed by the group of teeth treated in acidulated solution and, finally, by those treated in 2% sodium fluoride solution.

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