n Journal of Minimum Intervention in Dentistry - How is the salivary fluoride concentration influencing caries experience? : grey literature




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In communities with low salivary fluoride concentration a significantly higher caries experience has been observed. However, no causal relationship between both parameters could be found. Further research is needed to answer the question satisfactory.


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