Flashcards in Module 18 ch. 35 Deck (37):
Brown Stain was called _______ enamel and now is known as ______
Who pinpointed fluorine as the specific element related to mottled enamel?
What is the optimum level of fluoride in the water to prevent dental caries.
What is the number of ppm for all communities?
What food has large amounts of fluoride in them?
Communities were first fluoridated in what year?
A halo/diffusion effect is when?
Food and beverages are produced in a fluoridated community and sent to other areas
______ and _______ systems can remove fluoride from water.
The ADA recommends fluoride supplements for children at _______ and those whose primary source of water is ____
high caries risk
How much fluoride should someone under 6 mo of age receive
from 6mo to 3 yrs kids should get_____ of floride
from 3yrs to 6 yrs kids should get _____ or _____ amount of fluoride
from 6yrs to 16 yrs kids should get ___ or ____ amount of fluoride
What are the sources of fluoride supplements
tablets and lozenges work best when taken?
at night after teeth are brushed
how long should someone wait before eating or drinking after taking a fluoride lozenge
Fluoride isn't recommended to be mixed with ____ it slows absorption rate.
You should consider the kids _____, _____ risk, and ____ before recommending fluoride supplements.
sources of fluoride
The professional application of fluoride is base on?
Acidulated Phosphate Fluoride shouldn't be used on what surfaces?
Sodium Fluoride has a ph of?
_____ has the highest concentration of fluoride?
What are the 3 objectives of topical fluoride
You should avoid brushing and flossing for ___ after applying varnish
Primary teeth should have ____ml of varnish
Mixed dentition teeth should have _____ml
Adult dentition should have _____ml
Oral fluoride rinses are characterized as ____potency/______ frequency
What is the foundation to all patients' fluoride regime.
What is the ADULT CLD of fluoride
What is the CHILD CLD of fluoride
What does CLD stand for
Certainly Lethal Dose
The STD or ______ is _____ the amount of the CLD
Safely Tolerated Dose
_____mg of fluoride would be lethal to someone 6yr old or younger
Acute toxic dose symptoms begin within ___ of ingestion and may persist for ____
What drug is used as emergency tx. for acute overdose of fluoride.
Chronic ______ toxicity or osteosclerosis can result after long-term _____ ingestion of water with ___ to __ppm fluoride
Dental Fluorosis can only occur from age _____ to ______