Case Study: Measuring Tooth Demineralisation and Remineralisation In Vitro

A key aspect of fluoride toothpastes is their ability to remineralise acid-damaged enamel. To substantiate claims and provide evidence that some products are more effective than others, in vitro studies can be used to quantify the amount of remineralisation of human or bovine enamel in the laboratory.

In this case study, our in vitro oral care scientists describe the steps taken to study tooth demineralisation and remineralisation, generating data to substantiate claims for novel toothpastes, dentifrices or other oral care products.

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