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Adult dental health in fluoride and non-fluoride areas. 2. Caries experience in each tooth type

, : Adult dental health in fluoride and non-fluoride areas. 2. Caries experience in each tooth type. British Dental Journal 131(10): 437-442

The caries experience of each tooth type in adults 15 to 65 years old living in Hartlepool with 1.5 to 2.0 ppm F and York with 0.15 to 0.28 ppm F was determined. The mean number of carious teeth in 60 to 65-year-old continuous residents in Hartlepool was about equal to the mean number of carious teeth in 20-year-old adults from York. At 60 to 65 years in Hartlepool, about 45% of teeth were carious and in York about 60%.

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