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Caries Process and Prevention Strategies: Intervention

Course Number: 376

References / Additional Resources

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  8. Dean HT, Jay P, Arnold FA, et al. Domestic water and dental caries. II. A study of 2832 white children, aged 12-14 years, of eight suburban Chicago communities, including Lactobacillicus acidophilus studies of 1761 children. Public Health Rep. 1941;56:761-92.

  9. Dean HT, Jay P, Arnold FA, et al. Domestic water and dental caries. V. Additional studies of the relation of fluoride domestic waters to dental caries experience in 4425 white children, aged 12-14 years, of 13 cities in 4 states. Public Health Rep. 1942;57:1151-79.

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  12. Murray JJ, Rugg AJ, Jenkins GN. Fluorides in Caries Prevention, 3rd ed. Oxford, United Kingdom. Wright. 1991.

  13. Marthaler TM, Steiner M, Menghini G, Bandi A. Kariesprävalenz bei Schülern im Kanton Zürich, Resultate aus dem Zeitraum 1963 bis 1987 [Caries prevalence in schoolchildren in the canton of Zurich. The results in the period of 1963 to 1987]. Schweiz Monatsschr Zahnmed. 1988;98(12):1309-15. German.

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