MFP-Fluorides for Dental Caries: Scientific References
In 1999, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
listed Water Fluoridation as one of the great public health
achievements of the 20th Century! Yet in their latest
recommendations for fluoride use (08/17/01), CDC notes that
approximately 100 million Americans still do NOT receive the
benefits of community water fluoridation. Hence, other sources of
fluoride, such as prescription supplements, are still needed,
particularly for infants and children.
GM Whitford: The Metabolism and Toxicity of Fluoride. Ed. 2 rev.
Karger, 1996, p. 120.
I Setnikar and H Maurer: Bioequivalence of Sodium Monofluorophosphate
with Sodium Fluoride and Compatibility with Calcium.
Arzneim-Forsch/Drug Res 40:994-999, 1990.
B Angmar-Mansson and GM Whitford: Plasma Fluoride Levels
and Enamel Fluorosis in the Rat. Caries Res 16:334-339,
HM Myers: Fluorides and Fluorosis. Karger, 1978,
R Aasenden and TC Peebles: Effects of Fluoride Supplementation
from Birth on Dental Caries and Fluorosis in Teenaged Children.
Arch Oral Biol 23:111-115, 1978.