Edgar Oganessian

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BACKGROUND The knowledge of background alimentary fluoride intake in preschool children is of utmost importance for introducing optimal and safe caries preventive measures for both individuals and communities. The aim of this study was to assess the daily fluoride intake analyzing duplicate samples of food and beverages. An attempt was made to calculate the(More)
In dentistry, there is a well-established practice of fluoridating water, salt and milk for the prevention of dental caries. The use of other foods to promote oral health is another step in the same direction, and the development of research into adding therapeutic benefit to food is welcome. As the mouth is at the beginning of the gastrointestinal tract,(More)
Introduction of systemic and topical fluorides into the prevention and control of dental caries represents the most significant issue in dentistry in the second half of the 20th century. Fluorides have brought a considerable decline in dental caries prevalence especially in countries with advanced economies. However expanding assortment of(More)
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