An excessive fluoride intake causes fluorosis
in teeth and bones .
This study is to measure the prevalence of dental fluorosis
and dental caries in the population residing in an area with a high and normal level of fluoride in drinking water and to find whether high fluoride level in drinking water is more protective for dental caries or a risk factor for dental fluorosis
The aim of this study is to evaluate the occurrence of dental fluorosis
in children of Avarankattur village in Pappireddipatti block of Dharmapuri district and correlating it with fluoride content of drinking water and other related factors.
Sabemos que la presencia cronica y sostenida del ion F- en el plasma aumenta la probabilidad de su incorporacion a los tejidos en proceso de moralizacion, (10) pero existe la percepcion erronea de que la hipomineralizacion observada en la fluorosis
dental es consecuencia unica de la incorporacion excesiva de F- en el esmalte.
La Organizacion Mundial de la Salud, refiere que la fluorosis
dental, se ha detectado en mayor proporcion en zonas cuyas aguas de consumo tiene fluor en concentraciones mayores de 1 parte por millon (ppm) o 0,5/1-F- siendo este valor maximo recomendado por esta organizacion (5).
The clinical examination and history revealed that the present discoloration was due to Generalized fluorosis
representing as opaque patches, subsurface brown staining and small pits in enamel representing severe fluorosis
is a change in appearance in the tooth's enamel (Center for Disease Control and Prevention, August 2015).
Incidence of prevalence of infertility among married male members of endemic fluorosis
districts of Andhra Pradesh Proceedings of a Conference of the International Society of Fluoride Research.
Various studies have investigated whether oxidative stress (OS) and lipid peroxidation are involved in the pathogenesis of chronic fluorosis
The risk of enamel fluorosis
and caries among norwegian children implications for norway and the united states.
In view of the increased emphasis on safety of drinking water, public health and water managers in developing countries give less emphasis to fluorosis
in the presence of other highly prevalent life-threatening health problems .
and thyroid dysfunction are major problems in India.