Dentistry Dental fluorosis

The Burden and Risk of Dental Fluorosis in the Upper Northern Region of ThailandThe Burden and Risk of Dental Fluorosis in the Upper Northern Region of Thailand
Thus, dental fluorosis in the upper northern region of Thailand has been identified as a public health problem requiring urgent attention and is due to children consuming water with high f levels. Dental fluorosis
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Current guidance for fluoride intake – is it appropriate?Current guidance for fluoride intake – is it appropriate?
The purpose of this report has been to critically examine the appropriateness of current guidance for fluoride uptake in the population. More specifically, the objectives were to. Dental fluorosis
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2010 water quality report2010 water quality report
This report contains important information regarding the water quality in our water system. The source of our water is groundwater. Our groundwater is drawn from the alluvial aquifer. Our water quality testing shows the following results. Dental fluorosis
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Internship in FluorosisInternship in Fluorosis
Fluoride may enter the body through food, water, dental products, drugs and/or industrial emission. The health complaints of the victims may have wide variations. Dental fluorosis
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Recommended Fluoride Action Level a fluoride value of 10 mg/L is recommended as a do not drink or use limitRecommended Fluoride Action Level a fluoride value of 10 mg/L is recommended as a do not drink or use limit
More serious acute health effects are convulsions, irregular heartbeat and coma. After being ingested into the stomach, 50% of sodium fluoride is typically converted into hydrofluoric acid (HF). Dental fluorosis
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Abstract “Assessment of Dental Fluorosis using three indices among 10-15 year old children living in low, optimal and high fluoride areas of Bellary district, Karnataka.”Abstract “Assessment of Dental Fluorosis using three indices among 10-15 year old children living in low, optimal and high fluoride areas of Bellary district, Karnataka.”
Introduction: India is one of the countries where endemic fluorosis is a major health problem, affecting 18 of the 33 constituent States including Karnataka. Dental fluorosis
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Caries frequency in permanent teeth before and after discontinuation of waterCaries frequency in permanent teeth before and after discontinuation of water
The piped water of Kuopio, Finland, was fluoridated in 1959. Owing to strong opposition by different civic groups, water fluoridation was stopped at the end of 1992. Dental fluorosis
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