- Cariostatic Agents
- Accession Number
Substances that inhibit or arrest DENTAL CARIES formation. (Boucher's Clinical Dental Terminology, 4th ed)
Drug Drug Description Sodium fluoride An ingredient of various dental preparations used to support tooth mineralization and the prevention of dental caries. Monopotassium phosphate An ionic compound used for electrolyte replenishment and total parenteral nutrition (TPN) therapy. Dipotassium phosphate An ionic compound used for electrolyte replenishment and total parenteral nutrition (TPN) therapy. Sodium fluorophosphate A fluoride anticaries agent used to prevent and treat dental cavities. Olaflur A fluoride treatment for patients at risk of dental caries, sensitive teeth, or enamel decalcification. Monofluorophosphate ion Not Available Glyceryl laurate Not Annotated Stannous fluoride A medication used to treat dental hypersensitivity, produce enamel, prevent gingivitis and cavities, and prevent periodontal infections.
- Drugs & Drug Targets
Drug Target Type Sodium fluoride Hydroxyapatite target Sodium fluoride Enolase-phosphatase E1 enzyme Sodium fluoride Enolase enzyme Sodium fluoride Enolase enzyme Sodium fluoride Enolase enzyme Sodium fluoride Enolase enzyme Monofluorophosphate ion Glycogen phosphorylase, muscle form target