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Dr. L. asks:
I have a lot of younger patients in treatment and I would like to think that I am doing the best in the way of preventive dentistry for them. So, I’m wondering which is a better product for a general practice, Pronamel (Glaxo) or MI Paste (RECALDENT)?
They both promote remineralization. But MI Paste appears to have a unique technology in its CPP-ACP (1). Pronamel has a neutral pH and very low abrasion of enamel. It also has potassium nitrate to reduce tooth sensitivity. Which product of this group are you using in your practice and why? What are your thoughts on their supposed unique ingredients?
According to RECALDENT MI Paste contains: CPP-ACP.
“Casein Phosphopeptide (CPP) are natural occurring molecules which are able to bind calcium and phosphate ions and stabilize Amorphous Calcium Phosphate (ACP). It adheres easily to soft tissue, pellicle, plaque and even hydroxyapatite. Reacts similar to the mineral/statherin relation in saliva supplying bio-available calcium and phosphate required for remineralization to take place. Under acidic conditions, RECALDENT™ (CPP-ACP) releases calcium and phosphate ions into tooth enamel.”
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