silver fluoride


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silver fluoride

[′sil·vər ′flu̇r‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
AgF·H2O A light-sensitive, yellow or brownish solid, soluble in water; dehydrated form melts at 435°C; used in medicine. Also known as tachiol.
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Diamine silver fluoride and its clinical application.
Clinical evaluation of a modified silver fluoride application technique designed to facilitate lesion assessment in outreach programs.
There are a few options currently available that include ozone and Diamine Silver Fluoride (SDF) although ozone presents clinical challenges in delivery and adaption around a lesion.
18) Formation of reparative dentin also is promoted by placing silver fluoride beneath a glass ionomer cement restoration in deciduous teeth.
All in all, the information on silver fluoride is interesting and promising.
Enhancement of fluoride release from glass ionomer cement following a coating of silver fluoride.
Ion uptake into demineralized dentine from glass ionomer cement following pretreatment with silver fluoride and potassium iodide.
Eschwege, Germany); 5) Fluorniz [R] varnish (5% NaF, SS White, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil); 6) Fluorphat [R] varnish (NaF-Inodon, Curitiba, PR, Brazil); 7) Duofluorid [R] XII varnish (FGM, Joinville, SC, Brazil); 8) 12% Silver fluoride diamine (Cariestop [R]--Biodinamica, Botucatu, SP, Brazil); 9) Children's fluoride toothpaste (500 ppm F, Colgate Baby, Colgate-Palmolive, Osasco, SP, Brazil).
Effects of diammine silver fluoride on tooth enamel.
A clinical study of the effect of diammine silver fluoride on recurrent caries.