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Enamel Pro™ Samples

Eagerly Received by Dental Practices

Over 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 unique benefits. 



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Enamel Pro™ offers many benefits to your patients:

ReMin 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.

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, brighter teeth.(2,7)

Strengthen 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

(1) Tung, M.S., Malerman, R., Huang, S., and McHale, W.A. "Reactivity of Prophylasix Paste Containing Caldium Phosphate and Fluoride Salts:, Journal of Dental Research, Vol. 84, Special Issue A, IADR Abstracts, 2005.

(2) Data on file.

(3) Winston, A.E., Charig, A., Patel, V., McHale, W.A. and Malerman, R. "Effect of Prophy Pastes on Surface of Tooth Enamel", Journal of Dental Research, Vol. 84, Special Issue A, IADR Abstracts, 2005.

(4) Tung, M.S., Eichmiller, F.C. "ACP for Tooth Mineralization", Compendium Cont. Educ Dent Vol 25, No.9, Suppl. 1, Sept, 2004, p.9-13. Journal Code 9600713, Journal Subset MEDJSD, ISSN 1548-8578. Corp. Author: American Dental Association Foundation.

(5) Marcovic, M., Fowler, B.O., and Tung, M.S., "Preparation and Comprehensive Characterization of a Calcium Hydroxyapatite Reference Material", Journal of Research of the National Institure of Standards and Technology, Column 109, Number 6, Nov.-Dec. 2004.

(6) Schemehorn, B.R., Orvan, J.C., Wood, G.D.,etal,"Remineralization by Fluoride Enhanced with Calcium and Phosphate Ingredients", Journal of Clinical Dentistry, 1999; 10 (1 spec. no.): 13-16.

(7) Tung, M.S., Eichmiller, F.C., Paffenberger Research Center. ADAHF. NIST. Gaithersburg, MD. "Dental Applications of Amorphous Calcium Phosphates", Journal of Clinical Dentistry, Vol. 10, Issue 1, 1999.

(8) Tung, M.S., O'Farrell, T.J., Liu, D.W., Paffenberger Research Center. ADAHF. NIST. Gaithersburg, MD. "Remineralization by Amorphous Calcium Phosphate Compounds" Journal of Dental Research, Vol. 72, Abstract No. 1738, 1993.

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