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  • Fluoride

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  • At what pH does demineralization happen?

    Cementum: 6.0-6.7
  • Pre-eruptive Fl therapy treatments

  • Post eruptive Fl therapy treatments

    Fl treatments
  • Water Fluoridation optimal level

      Optimum: 0.7 ppm of Sodium Fluoride
  • Supplemental Fl dosages

    Birth-6 months: NONE
    6 months- 3 years: Water Fl less than 0.3= .25mg daily
                                     Water Fl more than 0.3= NONE
    3-6 years: Water Fl less than 0.3= .50 mg daily
                      Water Fl 0.3-0.6= .25mg daily
                      Water Fl more than 0.6= NONE
    6-16 years: Water Fl less than .03= 1.00mg daily
                        Water Fl 0.3-0.6= .50mg daily
                        Water Fl more than 0.6= NONE
  • Post-eruptive Sodium Fluoride

    9,050 ppm
    used with tooth-colored and porcelain restorations
    tray method: 4 minute treatments
    no drinking, eating or smoking for 30 minutes
    recommended for bulimics
  • Post-eruptive Sodium Fluoride Varnishes

    22,600 ppm
    5% NaF used to desensitize roots
    retained for 24-48 hours with substantivity
    2-4 times per year
    effective for small children and infants
    NOT for home use
  • Post-eruptive Acidulated Phosphate Fluoride

    12,300 ppm
    causes etching in tooth-colored and porcelain restorations
     tray or painting with applicator
  • Post-eruptive Stannous Flouride

    19,360 ppm
    stains demineralized areas or margins
    causes tissue sloughing
    does NOT  decrease sensitivity
  • Fl in rinses and dentrifices

    Rinses: 0.05% NaF 225ppm
    Dentrifices: 400-1500 ppm

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