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Simulating Cost-effectiveness of Fluoride Varnish During Well-Child Visits for Medicaid-Enrolled Children
Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine
Objective: To examine the cost-effectiveness of fluoride varnish application by medical providers when implemented within a well-child periodicity schedule for Medicaid-enrolled children. Design: Cost-effectiveness was analyzed using published probabilities and costs. Input parameters included the effectiveness of fluoride varnish (35.4%) applied according to the well-child periodicity schedule up to 3 years of age at $16.00 per application, annual caries increment (14%), age-specific dentaldoi:10.1001/archpedi.160.2.164 pmid:16461872 fatcat:najwmtisofcyrmc3wxo2ucj7w4