Recent developments

Recent developments

Systematic review of evidence pertaining to factors that modify risk of early childhood caries

P. Moynihan, L.M. Tanner, R.D. Holmes,F. Hillier-Brown, A. Mashayekhi, S.A.M. Kelly,and D. Craig.

Abstract:

Introduction: A systematic review of evidence on the impact of modifiable risk factors on early childhood caries (ECC) was conducted to inform recommendations in a World Health Organization manual on ECC prevention.

Objectives: To systematically…

Recent publications resulting from a joint ORCA / EADPH Symposium on sugar and oral health

A joint ORCA / EADPH symposium on sugar and oral health was held in Athens in July 2016, under the Foundation’s sponsorship. The event proved to be a great success. Five articles resulting from this event are now available through Caries Research, open access (published online first):

https://www.karger.com/Journal/Issue/277770

'Determining the level of unacceptable dental fluorosis for populations globally', IADR/PER, London, England, 26th July 2018

IADR Symposium - 'Determining the level of unacceptable dental fluorosis for populations globally', IADR/PER, London, England, Thursday 26th July 2018

The Foundation sponsored an IADR Symposium at the IADR/PER, General Session in London. The main aims of this 90-minute symposium were to determine the level of unacceptable dental fluorosis for populations globally and consider whether worldwide…

Guidelines for Fluoride Intake - Are They Appropriate?

An IADR Satellite Symposium - ‘Guidelines for Fluoride Intake - Are They Appropriate?’ was held on 21st March 2017, San Francisco, California, USA, prior to the IADR General Session.

Guidance on fluoride intake provided by various agencies / authorities around the world is a key consideration. However, this guidance was first proposed several decades ago. In light of current evidence,…