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Evaluatory surveys of long-term fluoridation show improved dental health
by Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Ga
Written in English
|Contributions||Center for Disease Control. Dental Disease Prevention Activity|
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Foreign substances in your precious bodily fluids. February 9th, the Centre for Reviews and Dissemination at York University to do a systematic review of the evidence on the benefits of fluoridation on dental health and to look for evidence of harm. Little new work has been done since. These days the improved dental health of children. The World Health Organization (WHO) emphasizes that the disease affects about 60– 90% of schoolchildren and the vast majority of adults; moreover, dental caries contributes to an extensive loss of natural teeth in older people globally.1,2 Meanwhile, in most westernized high income countries, dental health has improved over the past three.
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On Friday March 21st, , the American Association for Dental Research (AADR) will hold a symposium on Water Fluoridation: Safety, Effectiveness & Value in Oral Health Care. Dr. John O’Keefe interviewed Dr. Stephen H. Abrams, about the significance of bringing the issue of water fluoridation to the general practitioner’s attention in order to start an informed dentist-patient . by Theodora Kerry March Now that California has mandated fluoridation for all water districts with o customers, it's even more imperative that we, the water consumers, ask questions and demand answers about this practice and its .
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Evaluatory surveys of long-term fluoridation show improved dental health. Atlanta, Ga.: Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Center for Disease Control, . Evaluatory Surveys of Long-tern Fluoridation Show Improved Dental Health.
U.S. Dept of Health, Education & Welfare. March, Provides basic information on variables that must be considered when evaluating the effectiveness of fluoridation. Also provides data on surveys taken up to that time.
The efficacy of communal water fluoridation in reducing dental caries has been reviewed based on surveys conducted in the last decade of caries prevalence in fluoridated and nonfluoridated communities in the United States as well as in Australia, Britain, Canada, Ireland, and New Zealand. Common Questions about Community Water Fluoridation Campaign for Dental Health | | 3 More than million Americans have a drinking water supply that is not fluoridated to the optimal level that helps prevent decay Getting fluoridated water to more U.S.
residents would help reduce the incidence of decay. Size: KB. (32, 37, 47) Thus, despite some emotionally-based claims to the contrary, water fluoridation does not prevent the oral health problems related to poverty and lack of dental-care access.
FACT 9: Fluoridation poses added burden and risk to low-income communities. Despite this community water fluoridation is endorsed by the World Health Authority, the US Public Health Agency, and most dental and public health organisations as a safe and effective method of reducing dental decay (i.e., caries), a major global public health problem affecting 60–90% of schoolchildren and the vast majority of adults.
may cause cancer in humans following long-term exposures of greater than 40 years. Bone Effects The FTSG agrees with the conclusion of the Medical Research Council of Great Britain that states, “The possibility of an effect on the risk of hip fracture is the most important in public health terms.
The. Arnold FJ, Dean HT. Effect of fluoridated public water supply on dental caries prevalence. Public Health Rep ;–8. Attwood D, Blinkhorn AS. Trends in dental health of ten-year-old school children in south-west Scotland after cessation of water fluoridation. Lancet ;–7. Backer-Dirks O.
In areas with fluoridation, % visited a dentist for cavities, compared to % in areas without fluoridation. That % was statistically significant for this study.
And the study showed other significant drops: a reduction in dental visits, and a reduction in overall cost of dental care. Vulnerable Populations Benefited Most.
Background: Dental caries is a major public health problem in most industrialised countries, affecting 60% to 90% of school children. Community water fluoridation was initiated in. Municipal water fluoridation has notably reduced the incidence of dental caries and is widely considered a public health success.
However, ingested fluoride is sequestered into bone, as well as teeth, and data on the long-term effect of exposure to Cited by: The National Health Service (NHS) review on Public Water Fluoridation (McDonagh et al.
) did not find any evidence of reproductive toxicity in humans attributable to fluoride. Since then, no new evidence seems to be available other than abstracts without methodological details. Epidemiological studies have revealed no clear association of bone fracture risk with water fluoridation.
There may even be a slightly lower fracture risk at low levels of fluoridation ( to mg/L). SCHER concludes that there is not enough data to evaluate the risk of bone fracture at the fluoride levels seen in areas with fluoridated water. Through this final recommendation, the U.S. Public Health Service (PHS) updates and replaces its Drinking Water Standards related to community water fluoridation—the controlled addition of a fluoride compound to a community water supply to achieve a concentration optimal for dental caries prevention.
For these community water systems that add fluoride, PHS now. In areas with fluoridation % visited the dentist for cavities, compared to % in areas without fluoridation. This was a statistically significant drop. Along with the decrease in cavities, patients saw a decrease of overall visits to the dentist, and, as a result, an overall reduction in the cost of dental care.
Water Fluoridation: An Analysis of the Health Benefits and Risks Institut national de santé publique du Québec III FOREWORD Water fluoridation is a public health measure that has been used for approximately sixty years to reduce the incidence tooth decay in.
Its pre–post cross-sectional design relied on comparison of decay rates in two cities: Calgary, which ceased fluoridation, and Edmonton, which maintained fluoridation.
Dental health surveys. A major UK study has found that adding fluoride to water supplies does have significant health benefits. The long-awaited research, by the NHS Centre for Reviews and Dissemination (CRD), found that water fluoridation was linked to a reduction in tooth decay.
Effect of long-term exposure to fluoride in drinking water on risks of bone fractures. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research "All members of the committee agreed that there is scientific evidence that under certain conditions fluoride can.
California Department of Health records of actual DentiCal cost. Unpublished research for Writ of Mandate, Citizens Against Fluoridation vs. Attorney General Dan Lungren 7/ Colquhoun, J. Influence of social class and fluoridation on child dental health Community Dent Oral Epidemiol Vol.
13, pp. New Zealand was one of the first countries to adopt Community Water Fluoridation (CWF) as a dental health intervention to lower rates of dental cavities.
The Ministry of Health currently recommends a water fluoride concentration of mg/l to improve oral health, however responsibility for implementing CWF has remained with localCited by: 3.A report by the ADA stated that dentists make 17% more profit in fluoridated areas as opposed to non-fluoridated areas (Douglas, et al.'s, "Impact of water fluoridation on dental practices and dental manpower", Journal of the American Dental Association;).Fluoridation saves money by reducing the need for fillings and other dental treatments.
A New York study () revealed that low-income children in less fluoridated counties needed more dental treatments than those living in counties where fluoridated water was Size: KB.