1 edition of Fluorosis research strategies found in the catalog.
Fluorosis research strategies
by Published by African Medical and Research Foundation for the Department of Dental Surgery, University of Nairobi in [Nairobi]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Sopiato Likimani ; organized by the Department of Dental Surgery of the University of Nairobi and the National Council for Science and Technology of Kenya.|
|Contributions||Likimani, Sopiato., University of Nairobi. Dept. of Dental Surgery., National Council for Science and Technology (Kenya)|
|LC Classifications||RK341 .F58 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 148 p. :|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||89980279|
Dental Fluorosis 1. Dental fluorosis 2. Fluorosis: is a cosmetic condition that affects the teeth. It’s caused by overexposure to fluoride during the first eight years of life. This is the time when most permanent teeth are being formed. 3. In book: Fluoride Properties, Applications and Environmental Management, Edition: 1, Publisher: Nova, pp (Oral Health Strategy for Northern Ireland, ). In , the National.
This review aims at discussing the pathogenesis of enamel fluorosis in relation to a putative linkage among ameloblastic activities, secreted enamel matrix proteins and multiple proteases, growing enamel crystals, and fluid composition, including calcium and fluoride ions. Fluoride is the most important caries-preventive agent in dentistry. Before the widespread use of fluorides in dentistry, dental fluorosis was a rarity. Today it is rampant. In the s, fluoridation advocates estimated that 10% of children would develop fluorosis in fluoridated areas. Recent research, however, has found that fluorosis rates in .
Prevalence and Burden of Disease. Dental caries is the most common chronic disease of children in the United States and is increasing in prevalence among young children. 7, 8 The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) found that the prevalence of caries in primary teeth in 2- to 5-year-olds increased from approximately 24 to 28 percent between the periods to and. Andrew Davenport, in Chronic Renal Disease (Second Edition), Fluoride. Fluoride is a chemical element that is found most frequently in groundwater and has become one of the most important toxicologic environmental hazards globally. 99 Although when ingested in small quantities fluoride helps prevent dental caries, at higher concentrations (> mg/L) fluorosis may develop.
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Dental fluorosis is Fluorosis research strategies book extremely common disorder, characterized by hypomineralization of tooth enamel caused by ingestion of excessive fluoride during enamel formation. The problem of Fluorosis is world wide affecting many countries and in India especially Rajasthan which is the largest state of India.
The cause of problem is high fluoride content of water more than 1 ppm and chronic long term ingestion as stated by the different studies around the world and World Health Organization (WHO).Author: Rohit Sharma.
Research Strategies culminated in numerous resources without much direction for the best ones to use or when. I feel as though in many ways, the same book could’ve been produced by googling “free academic research tools.” This is against the Oxford Guide to Library Research which provided why you should use certain resources instead of /5(31).
The book has been written by librarian and it's not boring, but I was expecting something different from it. I've read the edition from and I must say it's quite outdated.
Research strategies, especially the ones about Google are old - I was hoping for something about Quora, social knowledge, crowdsourcing. Unfortunately didn't get that/5.
Fluorosis Research and Rural Development Foundation (FR & RDF) is a charitable, non-profit making organization, registered during in New Delhi under the Societies Registration Act.
About Fluoride. Fluorine, a highly reactive gas seldom occur in nature in elemental form. It has very high affinity to combine with other elements or molecules. Although more studies have been performed, novel targeted therapies are still needed for the treatment of skeletal fluorosis.
Based on the above studies, we found that western medicines used to treat skeletal fluorosis aimed to reduce fluorous toxicity in the body and repair damage to the body through consumption of tablets or nutrients.
Background. Regarding the lack of comprehensive systematic review on the efficacy of water fluoridation and prevalence of dental fluorosis, the aim of the current research was to systematically study the prevalence of dental fluorosis at different levels of water fluoride in the world and lay emphasis on the amount of fluoride in drinking water.
A Common Problem. As I have alluded to, this problem is a widespread one that affects 1 in every 4 Americans according to recent studies. It was first diagnosed in the early 20 th century in Colorado Springs where seemingly healthy individuals started to experience discolorations on their teeth.
After extensive testing was done on the populace, it was determined that there was a link between. Dental fluorosis: variability among different inbred mouse strains. Journal of Dental Research “In the past, several explanations or hypotheses have been proposed for the fluoride-induced retention of amelogenin-derived fragments (as well as the degraded products of other matrix proteins) in.
Publications on Fluoride Toxicity & Fluorosis: On Human Subjects. List of Publications. Fluoride and Fluorosis Mitigation: Indian Contributions and its Impact, A.K. Susheela, Chapter 9, PageIn: Water and Sanitation in the New Millennium,Edited by K.J.
Nath, Vinod Prakash Sharma, Published by Springer. Anaemia in adolescent girls: An Intervention of diet editing and counselling. Dental fluorosis is the appearance of faint white lines or streaks on the teeth that only occurs when younger children consume too much fluoride, from any source, over long periods when teeth are developing under the teeth break through the gums, you cannot develop fluorosis.
Fluorosis isn’t a disease and doesn’t affect the health of your teeth. “When conducting research, always formulate a strong hypothesis, create an organized methodology and develop a pragmatic solution. If you follow these strategies, your research theory can maximize benefits and minimize costs for targeted audiences in real life settings.”.
Megan Brickley, Rachel Ives, in The Bioarchaeology of Metabolic Bone Disease, Dental Fluorosis. Dental fluorosis will be one of the first indicators of fluorosis. In clinical work one of the most widely used methods of classifying and recording dental fluorosis is the dental fluorosis index (DFI) formulated by Dean ().This system allows the amount of enamel alteration on each tooth.
Dental fluorosis, fluoride in urine, and nutritional status in adolescent students living in the rural areas of Guanajuato, Mexico. Del Carmen AF, Javier FH, Aline CC. J Int Soc Prev Community Dent. Nov-Dec;6(6) doi: / Fluorosis is a condition that affects how your teeth look. It’s caused by too much fluoride during the first 8 years of life, when most permanent teeth are being formed.
Most cases are g: book. Fluorosis Through Practice of Interventions AK Susheela1, NK Mondal2, Nalini Tripathi 3, Rashmi Gupta4 Original article 1Executive Director, 2Scientist, 3Research Associate, 4Sr.
Research Fellow, Fluorosis Research and Rural Development Foundation, B-1 Saransh Apartment, 34 - I. Extension, New Delhi - Received:.
techniques that treat fluorosis include: *tooth whitening and other procedures to remove surface stains. note that bleaching teeth may temporarily worsen the appearance of g: book.
Journals & Books; Help Download PDF We formulated a search strategy on the basis of the two research questions, case-control studies and cross-sectional surveys—addressed the same research question regarding dental fluorosis as that posed in this study.8 The authors of that review used meta-analyses as the foundation for the.
Paleopathology. Fluorosis has not been widely studied and this is probably a reflection of relative levels of paleopathological research undertaken in areas of the world where fluoride in the water supply has been present at toxic levels.
The earliest cases of fluorosis were reported from the site of Mehrgarh in Baluchistan (Lukacs et al., ).Dental pathology associated with fluorosis was. The proposed changes are based on current research into fluoride availability in the environment as well as the increasing incidence of very mild and mild fluorosis.
There is also new research into the mechanisms of fluoride for anticaries efficacy which may lead to better prevention strategies. Free Online Library: The prevalence of dental fluorosis in relation to water or salt fluoridation and reported use of fluoride toothpaste in school-age children.(Clinical report) by "European Archives of Paediatric Dentistry"; Health, general Child health Children Health aspects Dentifrices Fluorosis Risk factors Prevalence studies (Epidemiology) Research Toothpastes Water .Endemic fluorosis resulting from high fluoride concentration in groundwater is a public health problem in India.
The available data suggest that 15 States in India are endemic for fluorosis (fluoride level in drinking water > mg/l), five of these have category III (>50% of the districts affected) which includes Gujarat Assam region of North East India has also been recognized as a.Dental Fluorosis — Look What I Did to Our Son.
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