Fluoride intake from foods, beverages and dentifrice by young children in communities with negligibly and optimally fluoridated water: a pilot study.

@article{RojasSnchez1999FluorideIF,
  title={Fluoride intake from foods, beverages and dentifrice by young children in communities with negligibly and optimally fluoridated water: a pilot study.},
  author={F{\'a}tima Rojas-S{\'a}nchez and Sue A Kelly and Kylie M Drake and George J. Eckert and George K. Stookey and Ann J. Dunipace},
  journal={Community dentistry and oral epidemiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={27 4},
  pages={288-97}
}
UNLABELLED While the level of fluoride intake that affords optimal cariostatic efficacy without causing dental fluorosis is not precisely known, it has been suggested that the threshold of fluoride exposure above which fluorosis may occur is between 0.05 and 0.07 mg/kg/day. OBJECTIVE To monitor and compare fluoride intake from diet and dentifrice use (theoretical F: 0.10-0.11%) by three groups of 16- to 40-month-old children: two groups living in the negligibly water-fluoridated communities… CONTINUE READING

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Fluoride intake from foods , beverages and dentifrice by young children in communities with negligibly and optimally fluoridated water : a pilot study . UNLABELLED .
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Fluoride intake from foods , beverages and dentifrice by young children in communities with negligibly and optimally fluoridated water : a pilot study . UNLABELLED .
Attention needs to be given , in negligibly water - fluoridated as well as in optimally water - fluoridated communities , to reducing the daily intake of fluoride by young children in order to avoid putting them at risk of developing dental fluorosis .
Fluoride intake from diet was monitored by the " duplicate plate " method , and fluoride ingested from dentifrice was determined by subtracting the amount of fluoride recovered after brushing from the amount originally placed on the child 's toothbrush .
Fluoride intake from diet was monitored by the " duplicate plate " method , and fluoride ingested from dentifrice was determined by subtracting the amount of fluoride recovered after brushing from the amount originally placed on the child 's toothbrush .
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Fluoride intake from foods , beverages and dentifrice by young children in communities with negligibly and optimally fluoridated water : a pilot study . UNLABELLED .
Attention needs to be given , in negligibly water - fluoridated as well as in optimally water - fluoridated communities , to reducing the daily intake of fluoride by young children in order to avoid putting them at risk of developing dental fluorosis .
Fluoride intake from diet was monitored by the " duplicate plate " method , and fluoride ingested from dentifrice was determined by subtracting the amount of fluoride recovered after brushing from the amount originally placed on the child 's toothbrush .
Fluoride intake from diet was monitored by the " duplicate plate " method , and fluoride ingested from dentifrice was determined by subtracting the amount of fluoride recovered after brushing from the amount originally placed on the child 's toothbrush .
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