CPP-ACP

AcronymDefinition
CPP-ACPCasein Phosphopeptide Amorphous Calcium Phosphate
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Recently, more advanced fluoride varnishes with added CPP-ACP have been developed [19].
Fluorides and CPP-ACP were deemed essential for remineralization by 86% of the respondents while 89.5% agreed that pit and fissure were an essential procedure for high risk children.
who reported that the restaining of bleached teeth would be prevented by applying fluoride or CPP-ACP after bleaching [15].
The aim of this study was to investigate the in vitro effect of fluoride varnish, calcium nanophosphate HA paste and CPP-ACP paste on preventing the development of enamel erosion.
El mecanismo anticariogenico propuesto para los CPP-ACP consiste en que estos nanocomplejos se incorporan en la placa dental y se adhieren a la superficie dental, al actuar como un reservorio de calcio y fosfato.
Therefore the aim of this study was to obtain further insight into the nature of in vitro remineralising effects and surface microhardness after incorporating grape seed extract and CPP-ACP into a conventional GIC.
A natural milk-derived product called ''recaldent'' (CPP-ACP) helps suppress tooth decay, according to an expert in preventive dentistry.
It's a complex of casein phosphopeptides and amorphous calcium phosphate (CPP-ACP) that maintains essential minerals (calcium and phosphate) in a soluble form that's able to penetrate the enamel of the tooth.
Examples include lactulose (lacto-fructo oligo-saccharide) in a soft drink for gut health, casein dodecapeptide in a soft drink for blood pressure lowering, casein dipeptide in a soft drink for blood pressure lowering, CPP-ACP (milk protein hydrolysate) in a chewing gum for healthy teeth, and "substances produced by the fermentation of whey by propionic bacteria" in a tablet candy for gut health.
Through animal, and in-situ human models the effect can be attributed to the multiphosphoseryl-containing sequences of casein and their ability to stabilise calcium phosphate, forming CPP-ACP nanocomplexes (Recaldent[TM]).