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Is sodium fluoride in drinking water dangerous?

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Dr. Howard Schneider
Dentistry - Pediatric

In brief: That depends on dose

That depends on dosage.
Optimally fluoridated water (0.7ppm) and/or a little above is perfectly safe and beneficial to our teeth. Dosages between 1.5-3 ppm (naturally found in some water in the midwest) can cause dental fluorosis. Dosages between 3-10 ppm (naturally found in some water in china, india & russia) are dangeruos and can cause skeletal fluorosis.

In brief: That depends on dose

That depends on dosage.
Optimally fluoridated water (0.7ppm) and/or a little above is perfectly safe and beneficial to our teeth. Dosages between 1.5-3 ppm (naturally found in some water in the midwest) can cause dental fluorosis. Dosages between 3-10 ppm (naturally found in some water in china, india & russia) are dangeruos and can cause skeletal fluorosis.
Dr. Howard Schneider
Dr. Howard Schneider
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In brief: No

Too low dosage to cause any problems.
It does have a good effect on reducing the incidence of tooth deay, but that is all it does as per research.

In brief: No

Too low dosage to cause any problems.
It does have a good effect on reducing the incidence of tooth deay, but that is all it does as per research.
Dr. Douglas Tavenner
Dr. Douglas Tavenner
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