R D Bartizek
Affiliation: The Procter and Gamble Company
- Reduction in dental caries with four concentrations of sodium fluoride in a dentifrice: a meta-analysis evaluationR D Bartizek
The Procter and Gamble Company, Health Care Research Center, Mason, Ohio, USA
J Clin Dent 12:57-62. 2001..The meta-analysis based on analysis of covariance results was somewhat more sensitive to treatment group differences than the analysis based on sample means and variances, as was expected...
- Relative anti-caries efficacy of 1100, 1700, 2200, and 2800 ppm fluoride ion in a sodium fluoride dentifrice over 1 yearA R Biesbrock
The Procter and Gamble Company, Health Care Research Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Community Dent Oral Epidemiol 29:382-9. 2001..This large-scale clinical trial provides evidence of a positive statistically significant dose relationship between dental caries and sodium fluoride in a dentifrice at levels above 1100 ppm fluoride at year 1...
- Reversal of incipient and radiographic caries through the use of sodium and stannous fluoride dentifrices in a clinical trialA R Biesbrock
Procter and Gamble Company, Health Care Research Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
J Clin Dent 9:5-10. 1998..The results suggest that sodium fluoride may deliver a greater frequency of caries reversals than stannous fluoride, although these treatments were not found to be significantly different...
- A comparison of increment and incidence density analyses in evaluating the anticaries effects of two dentifricesD J Caplan
Department of Dental Ecology, University of North Carolina and Chapel Hill, N C 27599 7450, USA The Procter and Gamble Company, Mason, Ohio, USA
Caries Res 33:16-22. 1999....
- Identification and consequences of distinct LÃ¶e-Silness gingival index examiner styles for the clinical assessment of gingivitisS F McClanahan
Procter and Gamble Company, Mason, OH 45040-9462, USA
J Periodontol 72:383-92. 2001..In addition, interexaminer calibration is a mechanism that can be utilized to minimize the impact of different examiner styles in clinical settings involving more than one examiner...