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Efficacy of Fluoride in Inhibition of Caries among Various Age Groups – An Overview
Saudi Journal of Oral and Dental Research
Dental decay is one of the most prevalent diseases of mankind. In many countries, its severity increased in correlation with importation of sugar, reaching its zenith in about 1950s and 1960s. Dental caries, unlike periodontal disease, is now recognized as an infectious, transmissible, multifactorial disease of bacterial origin. The philosophy of caries management by risk assessment, or CAMBRA®, represents a paradigm shift. Current evidence-based emphasis is on the need to recognize a cariousdoi:10.36348/sjodr.2019.v04i12.010 fatcat:onbgfgklvnezbjz6rjzcd4yu7i