A field trial on semi-annual fluoride varnish applications among the special needs schoolchildren
1Paediatric Dentistry Clinic, Amiri Dental Centre, Ministry of Health, Kuwait
2Faculty of Dentistry, Kuwait University
DOI: 10.17796/jcpd.30.2.438ntu72m0hj4212 Vol.30,Issue 2,March 2006 pp.135-138
Published: 01 March 2006
*Corresponding Author(s): Honkala E E-mail: email@example.com
This study assessed cariostatic effect of one fluoride varnish Duraphat® among children with a low caries risk and compared this effect to group of a moderate caries risk, belonging to same ethnic group with same socioeconomic background. Results of this study showed that fluoride varnish had cario-static effect in a group of children with a moderate caries risk but not among those with a low caries risk.
Ibricevic H,Honkala S,Honkala E,Al-Quraini W. A field trial on semi-annual fluoride varnish applications among the special needs schoolchildren. Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry. 2006. 30(2);135-138.
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