Does fluoride cause delayed tooth eruption or anything else?

No delayed eruption. Fluoride would have no effect on the eruption pattern of teeth. At appropriate concentrations it strengthens teeth and despite some some poorly done studies it has no known detrimental affect.
No. Fluoride is not associated with delayed tooth eruption. If there is excessive Fluoride intake during tooth development fluorosis (a mottling of the teeth) can occur. This is a cosmetic problem, though functionally the teeth are fine. In cases of Fluoride overdose (which would require very high levels of acute or chronic Fluoride intake), other more serious physiologic effects can occur.
Absolutely not. Given in proper therapeutic amounts, the only things that Fluoride causes are stronger teeth and stronger bones. Talk to your pediatrician before age 1 and your dentist after age 1for proper use of Fluoride for your child. Every community is different, so get professional advice.

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If fluoridation is seen to cause delayed tooth eruption, what else is it doing to our bodies?

Misinformation. Your premise is wrong so your question is not realistic. Fluoridation has decreased the dental disease of children over many decades. The conspiracy theories and injury claims refer to unsupported junk science or no basis at all. Read more...
Source of Info pls. Where are you getting this information from? Please share. Read more...

What are common causes of delayed tooth eruption?

Genetics. Genetics plays a major role in tooth eruption, other factors are local in nature such as a traumatic accident to the jaw, a local infection or a childhood disease. Read more...
One. One cause could be hypothyroid but....There are many syndromes associated with delayed eruption. Read more...
Genetics & hormonal. There are several genetic conditions that result in delayed eruption and development of the teeth. There may be delay of the eruption of teeth if there is a low functioning thyroid, adrenal or pituitary gland. You would probably already know about the more significant conditions. Most of the time it is just that babies schedule and nothing to worry about. Read more...
Define delay . The normal range of first eruption runs from birth to 15 months.It is not a standard marker for development, nutrition or hormonal balance. Delay beyond 15 months and failure to have all deciduous teeth by 3 is often genetic.Rarely it will reflect a hormonal issue in older kids but other related symptoms would be evident at the time. Read more...

Delayed tooth eruption if not all wisdom teeth in till 23?

No. Teeth erupt sometimes following familial patterns. Some wisdom teeth sometimes never erupt depending on their position and shape. Read more...
No. Wisdom teeth may or may not become visible in the mouth at almost any age. A thorough clinical and panoramic radiograph are usually required to determine if there are any teeth missing or impacted, as well as the development and position of any impacted or unerupted teeth. Read more...
No. Normal eruption of wisdom teeth can be any time between 17 ; 25 years of age. As long as they are not positioned upside down, backwards or sideways, and they have enough room to fit (not impacted), leave them alone. If they are impacted then having them removed by an oral surgeon, before they try to come in is good preventative medicine. Your general dentist should be able to give you guidance. Read more...