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Unhealthy Oral Habits among Teenagers – Reported Dental Health Authoritie

...ionnaire, indicated the aesthetic impact of enamel fluorosis in 15-year-olds, and its impact on their oral-health-related quality of life. (Ireland) There are significant differences among geographical regions in terms of caries prevalence in deciduous teeth, and the factors associated with dental caries pre...

Is There A Strong Link Between Fluoride In Tap Water And Bone Cancer?

...oride in water causes discolored teeth. It causes fluorosis and does not protect// the teeth from cavities. But now Dr. Chester Douglass and other Harvard researchers reported that fluoridated tap water pose a great risk of boys developing for a rare bone cancer. Douglass is an epidemiology professor at Harva...

A potent causative agent of dental flourosis: Fluoride

...rting in 1991- 1995 found almost double the dental fluorosis in early erupting permanent teeth of 9 year-olds d...oridation puts American children at risk of dental fluorosis without any benefit of less tooth decay and growing evidence links fluoride to hypersensitivities, b...

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