Fluoride Does Not Remineralize Teeth

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Fluoride, even at very high levels does not “remineralize” teeth enamel.

It does not incorporate into enamel at all but merely forms easily-washed-off surface globules:

http://www.medicaljournal-ias.org/Belgelerim/Belge/OlmezNINWGLUAVF24719.pdf
RS

On Mon, Jul 9, 2012 at 7:32 PM, richard sauerheber <rsauerheber@gmail.com> wrote:

This article demonstrates no difference in bacterial growth between control teeth and teeth treated with fluoride varnish for 1 week at very high, thousands of ppm, fluoride levels:

http://www.medicaljournal-ias.org/Belgelerim/Belge/TorgayWGPTDYENSC14460.pdf
RS

 

On Mon, Jul 9, 2012 at 7:05 PM, richard sauerheber <rsauerheber@gmail.com> wrote:

So the reference to the fact that even high concentrasion of topiocal fluoride do not ‘remineralize’ enamel is:

Department of Pedodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Türkiye, S. Ölmez, B. Yuksel, H.  Çelik,  Scanning Electron Microscope Study of Human Enamel Surfaces Treated with Topical Fluoride Agents, J. Islamic Academy of Sciences 6(2), p. 133, 1993.

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