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125,000 dentists and hygienists across the United States have
recently received a sample kit of Enamel Pro, the only prophy
paste with ACP (Amorphous Calcium Phosphate). This revolutionary
prophy paste has a completely unique appearance and delivers completely
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Pro™ offers many benefits to your patients:
is In!™ Enamel Pro with ACP.(1)
Enamel Pro creates ACP when it contacts the patient's teeth
and saliva. As ACP forms, it is incorporated within the
enamel surface where it remains even after rinsing. The
available ACP helps prevent future damage by stimulating remineralization
of the tooth enamel.
Pro creates a lustrous enamel surface.
ACP fills in surface enamel crevices for an intense polish and
shine. Enamel Pro actually gives greater luster for whiter,
their smiles. ACP promotes fluoride uptake! (7).
Enamel Pro with ACP has the potential for rapid incorporation
of more fluoride into the tooth enamel. "The precipitation
of fluoride with calcium phosphate (ACP) has the potential for
rapid incorporation of fluoride into the tooth (7).e
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