Amorphous calcium phosphate (ACP) has been used as filler in ionomer cements, as colloidal suspensions in toothpaste, as ingredient in mouthwash and chewing gum, thus proving ACP remineralization efficiency in therapeutic dentistry . Also there are some studies about ACP containing fluoride [2,3] to enhance anti-caries and remineralizing potential. However, wider application of ACP materials are limited due to thermal instability of this phase. Recently cold sintering process have been introduced  giving opportunity to sinter powdered materials without high temperature. This technique or its modification could be a key factor to produce ACP ceramic materials for dental hard tissue restoration. In order to obtain adequate mechanical strength and intensify anti-caries effect of the material we offer to incorporate fluoride into ACP structure. The aim of this study is to produce ACPF ceramic as potential material for application in restorative dentistry.