2 edition of Fluoride measures against an imminent caries explosion in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Fluoride measures against an imminent caries explosion in Nigeria
Michael Akintola O. Ajayi
Thesis (B.Sc.D.)--University of Toronto, 1981.
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Fluoride, Human Health and Caries Prevention 1. Fluorides PDS 2. • The story of fluoride 3. • Colorado Brown Stain • Frederick McKay • H. Trendley Dean, head of the Dental Hygiene Unit at the National Institute of Health (NIH) 4. Fluoride Application on Preventing and Arresting Root Caries in Fluoridated and Non-fluoridated Areas The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators.
Fluoride and dental caries – Useful in children who tend to get caries easily, xerostomia, adults with rampant root or coronal caries. Fluoride and dental caries• Fluoridated Milk – Milk is used as an instrument for fluoride administration. – Fluoridated milk was found to be as effective as fluoridated water in reducing dental. Although fluorides are now widely used for caries prevention, the mechanism of their action is still not fully understood. This paper attempts to review for the ' non-specialist ' the current concepts in the field, but does not attempt to provide a comprehensive literature survey. Available evidence suggests at least three mechanisms which might act, probably in combination, to inhibit caries.
The handbook describes in a concise, lucid manner water fluoridation and child and adult dental health, other methods of administration of fluoride and the physiology, toxicity and mode of action of fluoride. It is a pity that, in particular, the first of the 12 chapters, "A history of water fluoridation", is not made obligatory reading by the laymen who decide whether water should be. ENDEMIC FLUOROSIS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES CAUSES, EFFECTS AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS Report of a symposium held in Deift, The Netherlands, April 27th, Edited by J.E. FRENCKEN TNO Institute for Preventive Health Care Department of Community Dental Health and Epidemiology JVassenaarse Leiden P0 Box , AC LEIDEN, the Netherlands Te1.
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Caries is a largely preventable condition, and fluoride has proven effectiveness in the prevention of caries. The goals of this clinical report are to clarify the use of available fluoride modalities for caries prevention in the primary care setting and to assist pediatricians in using fluoride to achieve maximum protection against dental.
ing for people at risk of developing dental caries: percent fluoride varnish or percent fluoride (acidulated phosphate fluoride) gel, or a prescription-strength, home-use percent fluoride gel or paste or percent fluoride mouthrinse for patients 6 years or older.
Only percent fluoride varnish is. Background: The present study was conducted to assess the relationship between drinking water fluoride (F) levels, dental fluorosis and dental caries among years old school children of Nelakondapally Mandal, Khammam district, Andhra als and Methods: A cross-sectional analytical study was conducted on school children aged years, selected by stratified.
when exposed to sugar there is an immediate fall in the pH in the oral cavity which is followed by a gradual return to resting values after about min. this is called the STEPHAN CURVE.
the bacterial plaque can concentrate the calcium and phosphate ions to a greater extent than what is normally in saliva (3x's greater).
as the pH drops and the length of time the enamel surface is exposed. Fluoride Use in Caries Prevention in the Primary Care Setting abstract Dental caries remains the most common chronic disease of childhood in the United States. Caries is a largely preventable condition, and ﬂuo-ride has proven effectiveness in the prevention of caries.
The goals of. Recommendations for Using Fluoride to Prevent and Control Dental Caries in the United States For persons at high risk for dental caries, additional fluoride measures might be needed. Measured use of fluoride modalities is particularly appropriate during the time of anterior tooth enamel development (i.e., age.
This measure should be interpreted in conjunction with the DQA measures: (1) Topical Fluoride for Children at Elevated Caries Risk, Dental Services (NQF#) and (2) Topical Fluoride for Children at Elevated Caries Risk, Oral Health Services. In general, a higher percentage of.
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Research on dental caries in Nigerian children has been conducted for several decades. The prevalence of caries in the early s was high [1–4].However, the prevalence of dental caries varies with the study location in Nigeria, ranging between % to % in the semi-urban settlement of Ile-Ife [5–7] to between % and % in urban areas such as Benin [4, 8, 9], Enugu [10– Recommendations for Using Fluoride to Prevent and Control Dental Caries in the United States Summary Widespread use of fluoride has been a major factor in the decline in the prevalence and severity of dental caries (i.e., tooth decay) in the United States and other economically developed countries.
When used appropriately, fluoride is. The USPSTF grading system was and updatingFive-year interval update in line with the ADA endations For individuals at risk of dental caries: % fluoride varnish or About 99 3 percent of body fluoride is found in calcified tissues, where it protects against dental caries and can stimulate new bone formation.
Since data were inadequate to determine an EAR and thus 3 calculate an RDA for fluoride, an AI was instead developed. The AIs for fluoride are based on the prevention of dental 3 caries. In other words, it is not necessary to ingest F to have F protection against caries.” SOURCE: Charone S, et al.
Lack of a significant relationship between toenail fluoride concentrations and caries prevalence. Fluoride “Fluoride is most effective. Objectives. To discuss the epidemiology of caries in both the deciduous and permanent dentition in children in Nigeria.
To highlight the differences in the epidemiology of caries in the two dentition. The addition of fluoride to water for the purpose of preventing tooth decay began in the s on the mistaken premise that fluoride needs to be swallowed to be effective. As researchers have since shown, the fluoride’s benefit comes primarily from topical application, not ingestion.
There is no need, therefore, to ever swallow fluoride. Contemporary perspective on the use of fluoride products in caries prevention J.
ten Cate1 VERIFIABLE CPD PAPER is essentially limited to fluoride products that can be used by patients and does not include a description of fluoridation of the drinking water, professionally applied fluoride products or fluoridation schemes.
Use of Fluorides in Caries Prevention Page 2 of 5 This information was created by the Canadian Dental Association for use by CDA member health professionals. It should not be used as a replacement for professional dental or medical advice. If you have questions about this. The water fluoridation controversy arises from political, moral, ethical, economic, and health considerations regarding the fluoridation of public water supplies.
For deprived groups in both maturing and matured countries, international and national agencies and dental associations across the world support the safety and effectiveness of water fluoridation. which prevent dental caries. While fluoride occurs naturally in water across the U.S., it is usually lower than the optimal concentration needed to prevent caries.
Task Force Finding (April ) community water fluoridation based on strong evidence of effectiveness in reducing dental caries across populations. Fluoride is a naturally occurring element that has been found to have a major influence on the decrease in dental caries.
9,10 Although fluoride has both a topical and systemic action, the topical action is the more important, 11 especially when combined with supervised brushing of the child’s teeth twice a day.
12–14 Fluoride varnish is a. Books Review Fluoride 29 (2) May However, in spite of these admissions about the widespread dental sign of fluoride toxicity, the book's omissions of evidence of other toxic effects of fluoride convey a misleading conclusion that fluoride in low doses is a wonderful elixir rather than a dangerous toxin.Prevention of dental caries through the use of fluoride – the WHO approach Poul Erik Petersen and Hiroshi Ogawa Dental caries continues to pose an important public health problem across the world.
The World Health Or-ganization (WHO) emphasizes that the disease affects about 60–90% of schoolchildren, the vast majority of.Community water fluoridation is the controlled adjustment of fluoride in a public water supply to help prevent tooth decay (i.e., dental caries or cavities) in the community.
Fluoride prevents tooth decay by preventing demineralization and enhancing remineralization of tooth enamel.