The aim of this paper is to review the contemporary non-fluoridated systems available for remineralization therapy and ideas for their implementation into clinical practice.
A search of articles from "Pubmed" and "Medline" with the keywords Remineralization-demineralization, Casein derivatives, Non-fluoridated remineralizing agents was conducted.
The minimally invasive approach to treat dental caries incorporates the dental signs of detecting, diagnosing, intercepting and treating dental caries on the microscopic level.
The purpose of this review is to have an in-depth knowledge of the natural phenomenon of enamel demineralization and remineralization while discussing the clinical relevance of remineralizing products aiming to treat early carious lesions [Table 1].
Further studies are required on biomimetic molecules involved in calcium fluoride phosphate stabilization and nucleation that may provide further improvements in the development of novel remineralization treatments.
The aim of this paper is to review the contemporary remineralizing systems available for remineralization therapy and their implementation into clinical practice.
This article focuses on dental hard tissue and the various products and systems demonstrated to be beneficial in reversing and controlling the caries process.The goal of modern dentistry is to manage non-cavitated carious lesions non-invasively through remineralization in an attempt to prevent disease progression, and to improve strength, esthetics, and function of teeth.The emphasis currently is being given to new technologies for enamel remineralization which suggest the changes in the understanding of dental caries.A search of articles from "Pubmed" and "Medline" with the keywords Remineralization- demineralization, Casein derivatives, fluoridated remineralizing agents and non-fluoridated remineralizing agents was conducted.A total of 810 abstracts were collected, of which 351 articles that discussed the current technologies of remineralizing agents were read and 71 most relevant articles were included in this paper.