In summary, the three clinical caries studies [Paszynska et al. (6), Schlagenhauf et al. (7), and the present study] as well as a number of in situ (8, 12, 13, 67) studies and in vitro studies (9, 17, 29, 39) in the field of remineralization and biofilm control, have demonstrated that hydroxyapatite serves as an efficient and safe alternative to fluoride in anticaries toothpastes for all age groups.
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Paszynska, E., Pawinska, M., Enax, J., Meyer, F., May, T. W., Amaechi, B. T., Limeback, H., Hernik, A., Krahel, A., Kaminska, I., Stokowska, E., & Gawriolek, M. (2023). Caries-preventing effect of a hydroxyapatite-toothpaste in adults: A 18-month double-blinded randomized clinical trial. Frontiers in Public Health, 11, 1199728. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2023.11…
Hydroxyapatite, remineralization , fluoride, fluoride alternative, cavities, caries, oral microbiome, oral heath, teeth, mouth, dentin hypersensitivity