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Fluoride have a positive effect on dental health. With the presence of fluoride, remineralization of the tooth surface more making teeth stronger. Fluoride can be fluoride (swallowed) or topical fluoride (exposed directly to the tooth).

Naturally contained fluoride water and some foodstuffs, such as fish and tea. Temporal mineral water that many in the market do not include the content of fluoride in it. While the products commonly used in everyday life that sometimes contains fluoride which is not so publicized as toothpaste or chewing teeth whitening.

In the children’s bodies, greater uptake of fluoride than adults, it is not only not useful even quite dangerous. Overdose by ingestion of excess fluoride directly or swallow can be fatal. Fluoride tablets and toothpaste such as pharmaceuticals and toothpaste are some that can be kept out of reach of children. Fluoride is highly reactive and capable of penetrating deep into the bone and substance of the cell where it accumulates. It is an advanced tooth surfaces harder, but the tooth itself becomes more brittle. Also fluoride reduces human intelligence, especially in children early on fluorine poisoning. Their lower IQ levels than children who are not exposed to fluoride in all age groups listed.

The signs of fluoride poisoning include: nausea, abdominal pain, excessive discharge of saliva, tears, thick discharge from the nose and mouth, sweating, headache, diarrhea and weakness.
Fluoride can lead to several diseases such as:

Osteoporosis and Arthritis
Fractured pelvis
Brain Damage
Alzheimer’s Disease
There are three ingredients in toothpaste is rated Hera ¬ danger. Fluoride is harmful if swallowed, sorbitol and sodium lauryl sulfate can cause diarrhea, especially in children. Every time a child brushing teeth, there is most likely a little “residue” of toothpaste into the belly of the child and the number is growing every time using toothpaste. One teaspoon fluor toothpaste can kill a child, especially the long-term effects œresiduâ â € €? toothpaste into the human body.