Chronic fluoride toxicity: dental fluorosis.

@article{Denbesten2011ChronicFT,
  title={Chronic fluoride toxicity: dental fluorosis.},
  author={Pamela K Denbesten and Wu Li},
  journal={Monographs in oral science},
  year={2011},
  volume={22},
  pages={81-96}
}
Dental fluorosis occurs as a result of excess fluoride ingestion during tooth formation. Enamel fluorosis and primary dentin fluorosis can only occur when teeth are forming, and therefore fluoride exposure (as it relates to dental fluorosis) occurs during childhood. In the permanent dentition, this would begin with the lower incisors, which complete mineralization at approximately 2-3 years of age, and end after mineralization of the third molars. The white opaque appearance of fluorosed enamel… CONTINUE READING

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Enamel fluorosis and primary dentin fluorosis can only occur when teeth are forming , and therefore fluoride exposure ( as it relates to dental fluorosis ) occurs during childhood .
Enamel fluorosis and primary dentin fluorosis can only occur when teeth are forming , and therefore fluoride exposure ( as it relates to dental fluorosis ) occurs during childhood .
Enamel fluorosis and primary dentin fluorosis can only occur when teeth are forming , and therefore fluoride exposure ( as it relates to dental fluorosis ) occurs during childhood .
Enamel fluorosis and primary dentin fluorosis can only occur when teeth are forming , and therefore fluoride exposure ( as it relates to dental fluorosis ) occurs during childhood .
Chronic fluoride toxicity : dental fluorosis .
Chronic fluoride toxicity : dental fluorosis .
Dental fluorosis occurs as a result of excess fluoride ingestion during tooth formation .
Dental fluorosis occurs as a result of excess fluoride ingestion during tooth formation .
IncisorSibling in is aMolar tooth
In the permanent dentition , this would begin with the lower incisors , which complete mineralization at approximately 2 - 3 years of age , and end after mineralization of the third molars .
Molar toothSibling in is aIncisor
In the permanent dentition , this would begin with the lower incisors , which complete mineralization at approximately 2 - 3 years of age , and end after mineralization of the third molars .
In the permanent dentition , this would begin with the lower incisors , which complete mineralization at approximately 2 - 3 years of age , and end after mineralization of the third molars .
In the permanent dentition , this would begin with the lower incisors , which complete mineralization at approximately 2 - 3 years of age , and end after mineralization of the third molars .
In the permanent dentition , this would begin with the lower incisors , which complete mineralization at approximately 2 - 3 years of age , and end after mineralization of the third molars .
In the permanent dentition , this would begin with the lower incisors , which complete mineralization at approximately 2 - 3 years of age , and end after mineralization of the third molars .
In the permanent dentition , this would begin with the lower incisors , which complete mineralization at approximately 2 - 3 years of age , and end after mineralization of the third molars .
In the permanent dentition , this would begin with the lower incisors , which complete mineralization at approximately 2 - 3 years of age , and end after mineralization of the third molars .
In the permanent dentition , this would begin with the lower incisors , which complete mineralization at approximately 2 - 3 years of age , and end after mineralization of the third molars .
In the permanent dentition , this would begin with the lower incisors , which complete mineralization at approximately 2 - 3 years of age , and end after mineralization of the third molars .
Dental fluorosis occurs as a result of excess fluoride ingestion during tooth formation .
Enamel fluorosis and primary dentin fluorosis can only occur when teeth are forming , and therefore fluoride exposure ( as it relates to dental fluorosis ) occurs during childhood .
Dental fluorosis occurs as a result of excess fluoride ingestion during tooth formation .
Enamel fluorosis and primary dentin fluorosis can only occur when teeth are forming , and therefore fluoride exposure ( as it relates to dental fluorosis ) occurs during childhood .
Enamel fluorosis and primary dentin fluorosis can only occur when teeth are forming , and therefore fluoride exposure ( as it relates to dental fluorosis ) occurs during childhood .
Chronic fluoride toxicity : dental fluorosis .
Enamel fluorosis and primary dentin fluorosis can only occur when teeth are forming , and therefore fluoride exposure ( as it relates to dental fluorosis ) occurs during childhood .
Chronic fluoride toxicity : dental fluorosis .
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