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effect of topically applied sodium fluoride on dental caries experience

John W. Knutson

effect of topically applied sodium fluoride on dental caries experience

by John W. Knutson

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fluorides.,
  • Teeth -- Diseases

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John W. Knutson and Wallace D. Armstrong.
    ContributionsArmstrong, Wallace David, 1905-, Galagan, Donald J., Feldman, Floyd M.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. 1-5. tables.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15387000M

    The effect of topically applied fluorides on dental caries experience; report of findings with two, four and six applications of sodium fluoride and of lead fluoride. Public Health Rep ;   Although fluoride’s specific mechanism of action in caries prevention is not fully understood, it is generally accepted that topically applied fluorides have an effect on tooth surfaces.

    Tennessee Department of Public Health Nashville Tennessee 1. J.W. Knutson, W.D. Armstrong, Effect of Topically Applied Sodium Fluoride on Dental Caries Experience. Wood, J.A. Allison, V.D. Irwin, The Effects of Various Numbers of Topical Applications of Sodium Fluoride J.A.D.A. (1 November ) 3. Applied Sodium Fluoride on.   Frequent topical applications to the teeth with preparations having a relatively high fluoride content increase tooth resistance to acid dissolution and .

    crease the caries-prophylactic effect. (2) The caries-inhibiting value of topically applied sodium fluoride is not appreciably decreased during a 3-year period following treatment. (3) The omiission of dental cleansing prior to a series of applications reduces the effective-ness of topically applied sodium fluoride solution by approximllately half. Adverse rheumatic effects have been recorded with sodium fluoride use, and arthralgia may be exacerbated. Too much fluoride can also cause dental fluorosis, producing mottling, staining, or hypoplasia of tooth enamel. Patients who have dental fluorosis should not use extra fluoride as a .


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Effect of topically applied sodium fluoride on dental caries experience by John W. Knutson Download PDF EPUB FB2

A group of schoolchildren after an initial examination for dental caries received 7 to 15 topical applications of a 2 per cent. NaF solution to the teeth in the left quadrants of the mouth over a period of 8 weeks.

A second examination about a year later showed 40 per cent. less new carious teeth in the treated teeth than in the untreated by: see more details of new caries in initially sound permanent teeth during the following two years was less on the treated than on the untreated side of the mouth. With two applications of fluoride solution the reduction in caries incidence was per cent.

; with four applications per cent., and with six applications per by: 1. Public Health Rep. Mar 21;62(12) The effect of topically applied sodium fluoride on dental caries experience; report of findings with two, four and six by: A 2 per cent. solution of sodium fluoride was applied topically to the teeth on the left side of the mouth of Minnesota schoolchildren in the spring of and In each of those years, each child had from 7 to 15 applications during a period of eight weeks- the caries incidence being recorded just before the first application and subsequently at intervals of a by: It has been suggested that topical application of sodium fluoride solution to the teeth might be more effective in inhibiting caries if it were followed by the application of a solution of calcium salt, the idea being that there might be a surface deposition of calcium fluoride, particularly in the orifices of the enamel by: The effect of topically applied sodium fluoride on dental caries experience.

Report of findings for second study year. A previous report of the findings after one year suggested that 40 per cent. less teeth were attacked by new caries after the application of fluoride.

The effect of topically applied sodium. fluoride on dental caries experience. Report of findings for the first study year. Pub. Health Rep. Nov. 19, (2) Fluoride prevents caries mainly by its topical effect. Dental caries result when plaque, a. The preventive effects of 2% NaF solution against initial dental caries have been reported.1,2,3It has also been reported that tin(ii) fluoride (SnF2) solution has antibacterial effects,10,11but it can cause discoloration of enamel surface and gingival irritationIn addition, fluoride gels and varnishes enhance remineralization of initial carious lesions and resist enamel.

Abstract. A clinical dental caries study was conducted to compare the anticariogenic properties of topically applied sodium fluoride and stannous fluoride in schoolchildren in a nonfluoridated region.

The results of this study after two years indicate that all treatments resulted in a significant reduction in the incidence of dental caries and that stannous fluoride was significantly more effective than sodium fluoride.

Fluoride that is applied directly to the tooth; such as fluoridated toothpaste, fluoride mouth rinses, and topical applications of rinses, gels, foams, and varnishes The goal of preventive dentistry is to help people of all ages attain optimal oral health through their lives.

Public Health Rep. Oct 10;62(41) The effect of topically applied fluorides on dental caries experience; report of findings with two, four and six applications of sodium fluoride and of lead fluoride.

D.J. Galagan, J.W. KnutsonEffect of topically applied fluorides on dental caries experience; report of findings with 2, 4 and 6 applications of sodium fluoride and of lead fluoride Pub. Health Rep., 62 (10 Oct ), p. The Effect on Dental Caries of Topically Applied Acidulated Phosphate-Fluoride: Results after Three Years Herschel S.

Horowitz, DDS, MPH Doctor Horowitz is chief, epidemiology branch, Dental Health Center, Division of Dental Health, US Public Health Service, 14th Ave and Lake St, San Francisco, The effect of topically applied fluorides on dental caries experience; report of findings with two, four and six applications of sodium fluoride and of lead fluoride.

GALAGAN DJ, KNUTSON JW Public Health Rep, 62(41), 01 Oct Topically applied sodium fluoride.-Table 2 presents the caries experi-ence during the study year in untreated and sodium fluoride treated permanent teeth, by upper and lower mouth quadrants and by number of fluoride applications.

TABLE Dental caries experience during. HOWELL CL, GISH CW, SMILEY RD, MUHLER JC. Effect of topically applied stannous fluoride on dental caries experience in children.

J Am Dent Assoc. Jan; 50 (1)– GISH CW, HOWELL CL, MUHLER JC. A new approach to the topical application of fluorides for the reduction of dental caries in children; a preliminary report.

THE EFFECT OF TOPICALLY APPLIED SODIUM FLUORIDE ON DENTAL CARIES EXPERIENCE IV. REPORT OF FINDINGS WITH TWO, FOUR AND SIX APPLICATIONS' By JOHN W. KNUTSON, Senior Dental Surgeon, United States Public Health Service; WALLACE D.

ARMSTRONG, Professor of Physiological Chemistry, University of. These results showed the dental caries prevention effect of fluoride varnish, and it confirmed that the 3 M product was the most effective in dental caries prevention.

Therefore, the fluoride varnish application to the tooth surface in early dental caries showed an excellent enamel surface demineralization prevention effect and remineralization. New York 16 B.G. Bibby, E. Wilkins, E. Witol, Preliminary study of effects of fluoride lozenges and pills on dental caries Oral Surg., Oral Med.

& Oral Path. 8: (Feb ) 17 S.B. Finn, C. DeMarco, Effect of artificial water fluoridation on solubility of tooth enamel J.D.

Res. (April ) 18 D. Bixler, J. Muhler, Relation of. Antibacterial levels of iodine, chlorhexidine, or sodium fluoride were topically applied to the molar teeth of rats. The effect of these agents on buccal and sulcal caries, as well as on certain oral bacterial populations was assayed. All three agents exerted a significant cariostatic effect which was site specific.

Buccal caries incidence and reductions appeared correlated to S. mutans counts. The effect of topically a pplied sodium. solution, topically applied, applied stannous fluoride on dental caries experience in childr en.

J. Am.THE EFFECT OF TOPICALLY APPLIED SODIUM FLUORIDE ON DENTAL CARIES EXPERIENCE III. REPORT OF FINDINGS FOR THE THIRD STUDY YEAR 12 By JOHN W. KNUTSON, Senior Dental Surgeon, United States Public Health Service, and WALLACE D.

ARMSTRONG, Professor of Physiological Chemistry, University of Minnesota In examinations were made to determine the. Professional fluoride gels, available in % concentration of acidulated phosphate fluoride (APF) and 2% concentration of neutral sodium fluoride, are applied with a tray.

3,4 Fluoride gels are generally applied for 4 minutes, and they are effective in reducing caries in children’s permanent teeth.