Search result: No clinical trials or 2-arm (controlled) trials of any design (in-situ, in-vitro) could be found. Only one singlearm/longitudinal in-situ trial was identified. This trial used the test subjects as control group (without CPP-ACP).
Clinical outcomes: The results of this trial showed an increase of the saliva pH in 16 out of 25 subjects after 3 weeks. A change from the initial level of pH 6.6 to the final level of around pH 7.6 was observed. The current level of clinical evidence to this topic is still limited in quantity and quality and more trials are needed in order to confirm these results.
[‘Preliminary Systematic Literature Searches’ are based on SYSTEM’s periodic systematic searches of the dental literature and provide first overviews over existing clinical evidence but are limited in the number of databases searched, as well as the assessment of precision and internal validity of results and thus do not replace the need for a full systematic review report to the topic]
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Mickenautsch, Steffen. "What effect has CPP-ACP on the salivary pH? [November 16, 2016]" Afribary.com (2019). Accessed February 27, 2021. https://afribary.com/works/what-effect-has-cpp-acp-on-the-salivary-ph-november-16-2016