Impact of Fluoride on Dental Health - Position of ADA

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Impact of Fluoride on Dental Health - Position of ADA
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Article Notes:
Fluoride in toothpaste fights tooth decay
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Published By:
Journal of American Dental Association
Date Published:
1994
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SUMMARY:
Fluoride is a natural element found at varying concentrations in all drinking water. It is considered a beneficial nutrient and is present in trace amounts in the body. When consumed in optimal amounts through water and food, and when used topically in toothpastes, rinses, and dentist office treatments, fluoride reduces the risk and prevalence of dental decay and helps promote enamel remineralization throughout life.

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