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A STUDY OF THE PREVENTION OF DEMINERALIZATION POTENTIAL OF AN EXPERIMENTAL MOUTH RINSE IN AN IN SITU BIOFILM MODEL



Study Overview

The purpose of this study is to determine if an experimental sodium fluoride mouth rinse will help prevent demineralization to a greater extent in sound bovine enamel specimens compared to a sodium fluoride control mouth rinse as measured by surface microhardness following two weeks of product use in an in situ biofilm model.


Study Description

The purpose of this study is to determine if an experimental sodium fluoride mouth rinse will help prevent demineralization to a greater extent in sound bovine enamel specimens compared to a sodium fluoride control mouth rinse as measured by surface microhardness following two weeks of product use in an in situ biofilm model.

Research Study Identifier: TX6815
ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT1608155776
Principal Investigator: Domenick Zero, DDS, MS


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