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March 9, 2021 Feature General DentistryOral Health

Silver Diamine Fluoride

by Dr. Sanjukta Mohanta BSc, DDS

Wouldn’t it be amazing if there was a product you could just paint on a tooth to stop caries, prevent caries and decrease tooth sensitivity? Well, it exists and it’s called silver diamine fluoride (SDF). It is inexpensive, easy to

September 14, 2020 News DentistryNews

With Silver Diamine Fluoride, Some Dentists are Obliterating Cavities with a Few Brushstrokes

by The Washington Post

Dental hygienist Jennifer Geiselhofer often cleans the teeth of senior patients who can’t easily get to a dentist’s office. But until recently, if she found a cavity, there was little she could do. “I can’t drill. I can’t pull teeth,”

March 24, 2020 Video Dental Video

Weekly Wisdom: The Comeback of Silver Diamine Fluoride

by Oral Health

  In this week’s episode of Weekly Wisdom, Dr. Les Rykiss explains why you should be using Silver Diamine Fluoride despite it losing popularity years ago.     Subscribe to Oral Health’s weekly e-newsletter to have the latest episode delivered straight

February 14, 2019 News News

Oral Science Introduces a New Delivery System for Advantage Arrest

by Oral Science

Oral Science is proud to introduce an additional delivery system for Advantage Arrest, a successful product that has already been introduced in thousands of dental offices. Advantage Arrest contains 38% Silver Diamine Fluoride (SDF) to arrest the progress of an already formed

Silver Diamine Fluoride
December 11, 2018 Feature Oral HealthProactive Intervention Dentistry

Clinical Uses for Silver Diamine Fluoride

by Jeanette MacLean, DDS, DABPD, FAAPD

I first began using silver diamine fluoride (SDF) in my private pediatric dental practice in 2015. Minimally Invasive Dentistry is a topic near and dear to my heart as a mother and advocate for improving children’s oral health and safety.

December 11, 2018 Feature Oral HealthProactive Intervention Dentistry

Silver Diamine Fluoride Unstained and Liberated

by Geoffrey Knight, BDSc, MSc, MBA, PhD

The concept of using amputation to treat an infectious disease was last used by the medical profession to treat gangrene in the late 1800s. The pharmacological management of dental caries aims to leave most caries in situ, killing the bacteria