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  1. photo Is severe <b>dental</b> <b>fluorosis</b> an adverse health effect?Is severe dental fluorosis an adverse health effect?News
    For decades, public health agencies, dentists, and scientists have stated that severe dental fluorosis was an adverse health effect. The National Academy of Sciences is charged by the federalRead more
  2. photo False statements about fluoridation in the Portland election campaignFalse statements about fluoridation in the Portland election campaignNews
    , but untreated tooth decay is not the same as "more" tooth decay.A CDC oral health official stated: "Untreated tooth decay is more a measure of access to oral health/dental treatment." EvidenceRead more
  3. photo American <b>Dental</b> Association now recommends drugging infants with toxic hydrofluorisilic acid despite known health dangersAmerican Dental Association now recommends drugging infants with toxic hydrofluorisilic acid despite known health dangersNews
    , which dropped from 1.2 parts per million to a maximum of 0.7ppm. The switch came as a result of a revised risk assessment study that found two out of five adolescents have dental fluorosis, a conditionRead more
  4. photo Shocking: The industrial  applications of sodium fluorideShocking: The industrial applications of sodium fluorideNews
    or irritation- Nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite- General weakness- Risk of convulsions- Ulcers- Cardiac arrhythmia- Hypocalcemia with nervous system disorders (tetany)- Dental fluorosis* (discoloring of teethRead more
  5. photo A intoxicação induzida por flúor pode ser impedida por dosagens de RESVERATROL!A intoxicação induzida por flúor pode ser impedida por dosagens de RESVERATROL!Treatment
    —————————————————————————————- A intoxicação induzida por flúor pode ser impedida por dosagens de RESVERATROL! É consensual que ‘ppm’ de flúor presente em cremes dentais, procedimentos odontológicos, água fluoretada, medicações a base de flúorRead more
  6. photo Fluoride Levels in Drinking Water to Decrease in U.S.Fluoride Levels in Drinking Water to Decrease in U.S.Article
    excessive exposure, which can lead to a potentially harmful condition known as fluorosis especially in children age 8 and under as teeth are still forming. Dental fluorosis is most often very mild in U.SRead more
  7. photo O FLÚOR pode ser a causa de inúmeras doenças!O FLÚOR pode ser a causa de inúmeras doenças!Treatment
    . 372 Pp. / Ding Y, Gao Y, Sun H, et al. 2011. The relationships between low levels of urine fluoride on children’s intelligence, dental fluorosis in endemic fluorosis areas in Hulunbuir, Inner MongoliaRead more
  8. Flúor tem atividade ‘anti-tireóide’Treatment
    fluoride on children’s intelligence, dental fluorosis in endemic fluorosis areas in Hulunbuir, Inner Mongolia, China. J Hazard Mater. Feb 28;186(2-3):1942-6. / Xiang Q, Liang Y, Chen B, et al. 2010. SerumRead more
  9. photo Harvard Research Finds Link Between Fluoridated Water, ADHD & Mental DisordersHarvard Research Finds Link Between Fluoridated Water, ADHD & Mental DisordersTreatment
    time, in time it can cause some serious health problems such as normal function of the endocrine, kidney diseases, dental fluorosis, lowered IQ, bone weakness, arthritis, skeletal fluorosis, pineal glandRead more
  10. Fluoride - less Is still far too muchNews
    toxic for bones, as the chronic ingestion of fluoride has been linked to skeletal fluorosis. It's clear that the rate of dental damage from fluoride is on the rise, and it makes sense that the same damageRead more

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Dental fluorosis

Disease

Dental fluorosis, also called mottling of tooth enamel, is a developmental disturbance of dental enamel caused by the consumption of excess fluoride during tooth development. The risk of fluoride overexposure occurs at any age but it is higher at younger ages. In its mild forms (which are its most common), fluorosis often appears as unnoticeable, tiny white streaks or specks in the enamel of...More