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Enamelast is a flavored, xylitol-sweetened, 5% sodium fluoride in a resin carrier. Its unique formula is made with a patented adhesion-promoting agent for enhanced retention, providing superior fluoride release and uptake. Unit-dose applications available in delicious Walterberry, Orange Cream, Cool Mint, Bubble Gum, and Caramel flavors. Syringes are available in Walterberry flavor.
- Patented adhesion-promoting agent for enhanced retention
- Superior fluoride release and uptake
- Smooth, non-gritty texture
- Nearly invisible appearance
- Unit-dose applications available in delicious Walterberry, Orange Cream, Cool Mint, Bubble Gum, and Caramel flavors
- Syringe application available in Walterberry flavor
Indications for Use
Enamelast produces a mechanical occlusion of the dentinal tubules in the treatment of tooth hypersensitivity.
Nearly Invisible Appearance
Superior Fluoride Uptake
Superior Fluoride Release
Enamelast leaves patients' teeth feeling clean and smooth, without the gritty feel some varnishes can leave behind. This helps the patient leave the varnish on their teeth for a longer period, allowing Enamelast to deliver the maximum amount of fluoride ion to every tooth.
Two No-Mix Delivery Options
Unit-dose blister packs include a prefilled well and an applicator brush. This is perfect for those who prefer a one-time application, or those whose clinics are in a hospital setting where regulations require unit-dose treatments to have all materials packaged together.
Syringe delivery allows for a couple different application options. Simply express Enamelast through a SoftEZ® tip directly onto teeth, or express the varnish on the back of your glove or into a well before painting it onto the teeth. Each easy-to-use syringe provides enough varnish for 2–4 patients.
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 –
Common Allergen Verification
Ultradent Products, Inc., Research and Development.–
Can my orthodontic patients use Enamelast?
Yes! Enamelast is great for patients undergoing orthodontic treatment, especially those who currently have an orthodontic sealant on their teeth. When Enamelast is applied to a tooth treated with sealant, it recharges the sealant for even longer fluoride release.
How often can Enamelast be applied?
The AAPD recommends at least every 6 months or 3-6 months for those with a high risk of caries. The ADA recommends up to every three months.
Is Enamelast gluten free?
Yes. Enamelast is also free of dyes, soy, and peanuts.
- 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.pdf
- American Dental Association Council on Scientific Affairs. Professionally applied topical fluoride: evidence-based clinical recommendations. J Am Dent Assoc. 2006;137(8):1151-9.
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