Protective effect of TiF(4) solutions with different concentrations and pH on development of erosion-like lesions.

Abstract:

AIM:To evaluate how concentration and pH of TiF(4) influence the erosion-protective effect. METHODS:Specimens were treated with a TiF(4) solution: (1) 0.5 M F, pH 1.2, (2) 0.05 M F, pH 2.1, (3) 0.5 M F, pH 2.1, or (4) 0.05 M F, pH 1.2; then, they were exposed to HCl. RESULTS:After 2 min, the proportions of the area covered with the coating were 93, 71, 17 and 0% in groups 1-4. When present, the coating seemed to protect the surface. After 6 min, a coating could only be seen in group 1 (43%). CONCLUSION:Reducing the concentration of TiF(4) and increasing the pH of the solution decreased the protective effect.

journal_name

Caries Res

journal_title

Caries research

authors

Hove LH,Holme B,Stenhagen KR,Tveit AB

doi

10.1159/000324155

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2011-01-01 00:00:00

pages

64-8

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1

eissn

0008-6568

issn

1421-976X

pii

000324155

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45

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