Prescription of Dietary Fluoride Supplements for Caries Prevention

by Dr. James Springer 7. January 2014 13:14
Experts collaboration with staff of the ADA center for Evidence-based Dentistry, conducted a MEDLINE search to identify publications that addressed the research questions: systematic reviews as well as clincal studies published on such issues.
Dietary fluoride supplements should be prescribed only for children who are at high risk of developing caries.  Supplements to those where drinking water is deficient in fluoride.
 
JADA 2010;141(12):1480-1489
  
Trivia:
  • The first set of teeth were discovered in the 8th century BC.
  • 20% percentage of patients wear braces between the ages of twenty and sixty.

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