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    Dental Fluorie

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    state that it is true that dental fluorosis can be caused when more then the optimal amount of fluoride is consumed, but this can only happen during enamel formation, which is from the time of birth to about age five. As long as parents monitor the amount of fluoride their child is consuming, there is no need to worry after the enamel formation has ended, even if more than the optimal amount has been consumed (28). Even when an individual somehow manages to get fluorosis, it it usually very mild…

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    Fluorine Effects

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    often found in tea and sea food. Nevertheless, it’s common sources are water, rocks, soils as well as the sea. This essay seeks to examine the negative impacts of fluoride. To begin, fluorine causes detrimental effects on the teeth by causing dental fluorosis, which was first noted by McKay in 1901 in the United States of America. However, the aetiology of this defect had not been established at the time. According to the findings from the 21 city study by Dr. Trendley-Dean, a researcher and a…

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    Dental Caries

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    Dental Caries is the most common chronic disease which presents globally in children (Gussy et al., 2006) and is predominantly diet related (Selwitz et al., 2007).Caries initiates as a white spot lesion and if untreated can result in destruction of the crown of the tooth (Ramos et al., 2012). In the last fifteen years, the detection and non-invasive treatment of early carious lesions became a topic of interest in caries research (Ismail et al., 2013). Fluoride is currently proven and in use in…

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    prevent Candida stomatitis. There are few differences in oral hygiene for different age groups. Children shouldn’t be using mouthwash before they reach the age of six as the mouthwash containing fluoride and too much fluoride in childhood can cause fluorosis. Child usually develops ability…

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    Fluoride Effects

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    to a level of 1 ppm as a dental caries aversion measure. Nonetheless, water fluoridation remains a disputable general wellbeing measure. The article reviews the importance of Fluoride and the effects on human health. Fluoride is used widely in dentistry to help fight dental carries (cavities) in patients. “It is widely accepted that fluoride only helps prevent dental decay by topical means—by direct action on the tooth enamel predominantly after eruption and dental plaque.” (Centers for…

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    TITLE OF THE STUDY: MINIMIZING CALCIUM LOSS ASSOCIATED WITH DENTAL BLEACHING Introduction The appearance of teeth plays a significant role in human personality development and is often related with a perception of health and fitness. White and bright teeth are thought to be linked with health and beauty, so everybody wishes to have them. Presently, cosmetic dentistry is a dynamic part of restorative dental practice and cosmetic procedures are increasing in demand without age and gender…

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    Fluoride Varnish Essay

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    Everyday children are suffering from pain caused by dental caries. This decaying of teeth is the most common chronic illness among children and prevention is vital to their development. Fluoride varnish is a topical 5% sodium fluoride concentration applied to the surface of teeth twice a year in hopes to prevent these cavities. (Moyer, 2014) The purpose of this paper was to determine if fluoride varnish treatments are successful in the prevention of dental caries in children. Pediatric…

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    Dental Assistant Essay

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    Dental assistants place an important role in the delivery of dental care. This quarter I learned about basic dental procedures such as composite and amalgam restorations, as well as how to fabricate and cement a temporary crown. I applied this information during our lab class and made a temporary for my typodont. I was good at making a triple tray so we don’t need to make all those three opposing arch impression, bite registration and final impression which made the procedure done efficiently .…

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    misalignment or incorrect relation between the teeth of the two dental arches when they approach each other as the jaws close; and, when the interproximal contact area between neighbor teeth on a same arch is bigger due to tooth rotation or when such contact is open. Consequently, this unusual alignment cause the teeth of one arch not to have a nice contact area between them, fact that may predispose an individual to be more susceptible to dental biofilm accumulation and calculus formation.…

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    occlusion, super eruption of opposing teeth, loss of supporting alveolar bone and a decrease in chewing ability. The treatment options to replace severely damaged and possibly unrestorable teeth include removable partial denture, fixed partial denture and dental implants. A guiding principle should be to try and maintain what is present. This case report presents one treatment option available in cases of molars affected by extensive periodontal lesions that threaten the loss of the tooth.…

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