Fluoridated Sentence Examples
The first successful fluoridated dentifrice, Crest, was introduced in the USA in 1955.
Around 5.5 million people drink artificially fluoridated water in the UK.
A further one million people receive water which is naturally fluoridated at a lower level, but which still confers some dental benefit.
Even today Chester has its own water supply, not fluoridated yet regrettably.
Since 1964, Ireland has had the dubious distinction of being the most heavily fluoridated country in Europe.Advertisement
In areas where the water supply is fluoridated, fluoride toothpaste provides additional protection.
Fluoridated water is added to all water products.
It is important that younger children only use a very small amount of fluoridated toothpaste since using too much fluoride can be toxic to infants.
If the town's water is not fluoridated, the parent should ask the dentist for fluoride supplements.
Toothpaste, mouthwash, fluoridated public drinking water, and vitamin supplements are all possible sources of fluoride.Advertisement
Children living in areas without fluoridated water should receive 0.25 mg/day of fluoride before age three, 0.5 mg/day of fluoride from three to six years of age, and 1 mg/day after age six.
As of 2000, about 162 million Americans-two-thirds of the population-were served by fluoridated water systems.
Systemic fluorides, including fluoridated water and prescription fluoride supplements supplied as tablets, drops, or lozenges, can be incorporated into the enamel of children's developing teeth.
With optimally fluoridated water (1 ppm) as the primary source of fluoride, a child would have to drink two quarts of water every day for 12 to 14 years to incorporate fluoride into all of the baby and adult teeth as they form.
Other topical fluorides include fluoridated toothpastes and mouthwashes and fluoride gels that are applied to children's teeth at dental examinations.Advertisement
Fluoridated water is a major source of fluoride.
Fruits and vegetables may contain more than 0.2 mg of fluoride per serving, depending on where they were grown and whether fluoridated water was used for irrigation and processing.
Fluoridated toothpastes and mouthwashes contain high amounts of fluoride.
A tube of fluoridated toothpaste may contain as much as 1 to 2 gm of fluoride.
The average child using the typical amount of fluoridated toothpaste will swallow or absorb 0.5 to 1.0 mg. of fluoride per brushing.Advertisement
It is believed that fluoridated water is between 20 and 60 percent effective in preventing cavities in children and adults.
The widespread use of fluoridated toothpastes and mouthwashes has increased children's sources of fluoride significantly.
An individual dose of fluoride cannot be controlled because it depends on the amount of fluoridated water that a child ingests each day.
People can choose from a variety of fluoride-containing products that are just as effective as fluoridated water.
Where the water is not fluoridated, schools often provide fluoridation programs, and parents can choose whether their children participate.Advertisement
A child easily can swallow enough fluoridated toothpaste to exceed the recommended daily amount of fluoride by four-fold.
Through the Water Fluoridation program, the company works with towns to educate and support fluoridated water system programs in different states.