sodium fluoride

Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Words related to sodium fluoride

a colorless crystalline salt of sodium (NaF) used in fluoridation of water and to prevent tooth decay

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
All clinical research with animal models is done using 99.97% pure sodium fluoride and double distilled or deionized water.
cLAstoGenic Activity of sodium fLuoRide in GReAt APe ceLLs., mutAt Res 301 : 183-188.
RESULT: Gross changes in the body and histological changes in the kidneys of both Group B and Group C rabbits, following continuous daily exposure to sodium fluoride solutions in two different doses (0.5% solution for Group B and 3% solution for Group C) for different durations of time were studied in detail and compared with those of the controls (Group A).
Conclusion: SDF solution, sodium fluoride varnish and chlorhexidine varnish were more effective in preventing new root caries than giving OHI alone.
We often put patients like this on sodium fluoride, even if the reflexes are present.
In the United States, several agents are used to fluoridate community water supplies, including silicofluoride compounds (sodium silicofluoride and hydrofluosilicic acid) and sodium fluoride.
A compound of organic phosphorus, alcohol, sodium fluoride and other chemicals, it is estimated to be 26 times more deadly than cyanide.
Sections of Douglas-fir poles were used to assess the ability of boron and fluoride to diffuse from sodium fluoride and fluoride/boron rods.
"No specialized, over-all type of dental service should be provided, such as the use of sodium fluoride, dental prophylaxis or even urea compounds."
They contain honey to nourish the nailbed where new nails form, horsetail extract to strengthen the nail, sodium fluoride to give it flexibility, vitamins A, C and E, comfrey, elderflower, calendula and burdock.
"This oral campaign with children highlights that, while failing to mention that sodium fluoride is an accumulative poison, more toxic than lead and almost equal in killing power to arsenic.
The process generates four common chemicals: carbon, carbon dioxide, sodium fluoride, used in toothpaste, and sodium chloride, or table salt.
A pair of experimental treatments, sodium fluoride and intranasal calcitonin, have not panned out thus far because: (a) although sodium fluoride does build bone mass, it tends to weaken bones and make them more structurally flawed, and (b) intranasal calcitonin is expensive (about $2,500 is the average annual cost of the treatment).
Crest 3D White Whitening Therapy Is formulated with an Active Mineral Complex[TM] that contains sodium fluoride, surfactant and silica.
Full browser ?