Journal of the American Dental Association


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Jour·nal of the A·mer·i·can Den·tal As·so·ci·a·tion

(JADA) (jŭrnăl ă-meri-kăn dentăl ă-sōsē-āshŭn)
Peer-reviewed journal that presents information of relevance to clinical and basic sciences related to dentistry. It is the official journal of the American Dental Association.
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As part of its yearlong initiative to get consumers and dental professionals to rethink the role of mouth rinse as part of a healthful lifestyle, Pfizer Consumer Healthcare, the maker of Listerine, ran a special supplement in last month's issue of the Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA) that featured articles that explain how an antimicrobial mouth rinse helps maintain a healthy mouth by preventing and reducing gum diseases, including gingivitis.
According to the Journal of the American Dental Association Pfizer Inc.
in a recent Journal of the American Dental Association article (2002;133(5): 569-76).
Writing in the November issue of the Journal of the American Dental Association, the Iowa City researchers reported an analysis of 332 carbonated soft drinks purchased in Iowa and found, on average, they contained a significant amount of fluoride.
The Boston group reports its findings in the November Journal of the American Dental Association.
A clinical study published by the Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA) indicated that advanced digital technology from Eastman Kodak Company helped dentists find cavities in 20% more cases than they were able to find with traditional methods, enabling earlier diagnosis and treatment for patients.
He is also the associate editor of thejourno/ of Periodontology and has previously served on the editorial boards of the journal of the American Dental Association and Journal of Dental Education.
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An article in the February 2002 issue of the Journal of the American Dental Association found that instances of dental fluorosis have increased since the 1930s.
The 1995 and 1996 Journal of the American Dental Association (ADA), reporting pervasive overexposure to fluoride due to ``use of fluoridated water and fluoride dentifrice, dietary fluoride supplements .
Results on dental health appeared in the March Journal of the American Dental Association and other publications, and they are also being presented at a meeting of the International Association for Dental Research this week in San Francisco.
The book cites such examples as an article in the September 2001 Journal of the American Dental Association that stated, "Studies have shown that contaminated toothbrushes not only harbor, but also transmit both viruses and bacteria that cause systemic, localized and oral inflammatory diseases.

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