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Increasing the efficiency of CPP-ACP to remineralize enamel white spot lesions.

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Summary of "Increasing the efficiency of CPP-ACP to remineralize enamel white spot lesions."

To compare the remineralization efficacy of using the MI paste plus according to manufacturer's instructions to MI varnish and to using a modified method of MI-paste plus application.

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Name: Journal of dentistry
ISSN: 1879-176X
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