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Enamelast fluoride varnish is a xylitol-sweetened, 5% sodium fluoride in a resin carrier. Enamelast fluoride varnish's superior retention promotes enhanced and sustained fluoride release.1 It’s its superior fluoride release and uptake means more fluoride is absorbed into the enamel over a longer period of time than other leading competitors.2 Available in syringe applications in Walterberry™ flavor and unit-dose applications in Walterberry, Orange Cream, Cool Mint, Bubble Gum, Caramel flavors, and Flavor-Free. Enamelast covers and penetrates into open dentinal tubules to treat sensitivity.3 The AAPD recommends fluoride varnish for use as a preventative adjunct to reduce the risk of caries4 and the ADA supports the use of fluoride to both protect enamel and prevent cavities.5
- Patented adhesion-promoting agent for enhanced retention
- Superior fluoride release and uptake2
- Smooth, nongritty texture
- Nearly invisible appearance
- Use with SoftEZ™ tip
- Nut free and gluten free
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Enamelast™ fluoride varnish is a flavored, xylitol-sweetened, 5% sodium fluoride in a resin carrier. Enamelast fluoride varnish's superior retention promotes enhanced and sustained fluoride release.1Its superior fluoride release and uptake means more fluoride is absorbed into the enamel over a longer period of time than other leading competitors.2 The AAPD recommends fluoride varnish for use as a preventative adjunct to reduce the risk of caries.4 Not only is fluoride effective for preventing caries, it's also a very effective desensitizing agent.6 It is non-gritty, nearly invisible in appearance, and is available in flavor-free or five great-tasting flavors.
Award-Winning Fluoride Varnish
Named a “Dentistry Today Top 100 Product” and awarded the “Reality Four-Star Award” multiple years in a row, Enamelast fluoride varnish is a product you can trust.
Non-Gritty and Nearly Invisible Appearance
Some varnishes leave behind a gritty feel on patients’ teeth. In contrast, Enamelast fluoride varnish leaves patients’ teeth feeling clean and smooth and has a nearly invisible appearance. These characteristics encourage patients to leave the varnish on their teeth for a longer period of time, allowing it to deliver the maximum amount of fluoride ion to every tooth.
Better Adhesion for Enhanced Retention
Enamelast fluoride varnish's superior retention promotes enhanced and sustained fluoride release.1 Unlike fluoride mouthwash or gel that can be easily washed away, Enamelast fluoride varnish adheres to the teeth to deliver the full benefits of fluoride to your patients.7
Convenient Delivery Options
Enamelast fluoride varnish unit-dose blister packs are perfect for those who prefer a single application. With an applicator brush and prefilled well, unit-dose blister packs are ideal for clinics in a hospital setting where regulations require unit-dose treatments to have all materials packaged together.
Syringe delivery allows for clinician preference during application. You may simply apply Enamelast fluoride varnish directly onto a patient's teeth through a SoftEZ™ tip. Alternatively, you can express the varnish into a well before painting it onto the teeth. Each easy-to-use syringe provides enough varnish for 2–4 patients.
Flavor-Free or Five Great-Tasting Flavors
Enamelast fluoride varnish comes in five great-tasting flavors, as well as a flavor-free option. Unit-dose applications will leave both adults and children happy with: Orange Cream, Cool Mint, Bubble Gum, Walterberry™, or Caramel. For those who want a hint of sweetness that vanishes after a couple of minutes, Flavor-free is perfect. Syringe applications are available in Walterberry flavor. All Enamelast varnishes are nut and gluten free.
Higher Fluoride Uptake
Enamelast fluoride varnish’s superior uptake is a result of its patented adhesion promoting formula, which ensures that the varnish stays on the teeth longer.
Superior Fluoride Release
Enamelast fluoride varnish's superior retention promotes enhanced and sustained fluoride release.1Its superior fluoride release and uptake means more fluoride is absorbed into the enamel over a longer period of time than other leading competitors.2
Frequently Asked Questions
Can my orthodontic patients use Enamelast fluoride varnish?
How often can Enamelast fluoride varnish be applied?
The AAPD recommends fluoride treatments, such as Enamelast fluoride varnish, at least every 6 months (2X a year) or 3–6 months for those with a high risk of cavities.9
Is Enamelast fluoride varnish gluten free?
Yes. Enamelast varnish is also free of dyes, soy, and peanuts.
Research & Studies
Policy statement on the use of fluoride.
American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. Policy statement on the use of fluoride. Adopted 1967. Reaffirmed 1977. Revised 2013. Available from: http://www.aapd.org/media/Policies_Guidelines/P_FluorideUse.pdfhttp://www.aapd.org/media/Policies_Guidelines/P_FluorideUse.pdf –
Professionally applied topical fluoride: evidence-based clinical recommendations.
American Dental Association Council on Scientific Affairs. Professionally applied topical fluoride: evidence-based clinical recommendations. J Am Dent Assoc. 2006;137(8):1151-9.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16873333 –
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- 2. Schemehorn BR. Sound enamel fluoride uptake from a fluoride varnish. 2013. Data on file.
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- 4. American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. Policy statement on the use of fluoride. Adopted 1967. Reaffirrmed 1977. Revised 2018.
- 5. Frequently Asked Questions on Community Water Fluoridation. American Dental Association
- 6. Petersson LG. The role of fluoride in the preventive management of dentin hypersensitivity and root caries. Clin Oral Investig. 2013;17(Suppl 1):S63–S71. doi:10.1007/s00784-012-0916-9
- 7. Noble, J. Fluoride varnish for the teeth. Vital 5, 39 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1038/vital739. Published March 2008. Accessed January 29, 2021
- 8. Schemhorn BR. Sound enamel fluoride uptake from a fluoride varnish. 2013. Data on file.
- 9. Guideline on Fluoride Therapy. AAPD Reference Manual. 2014;36(6):171–174