Dental Fluorosis

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The accumulation of fluoride in the teeth is called dental fluorosis, a condition that affects their structure and appearance.

Dental fluorosis first appeared at the beginning of the 20th century when a high prevalence of consultations for tooth stains later called “colorado brown stain”.

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Fluorosis in Deciduous Teeth

The formation of temporary teeth occurs during intrauterine life and continues until approximately 3 or 4 years of age.

In the case of permanent teeth, which are formed between the ages of 3 and approximately 8 years, it has been shown that fluorosis is due to the interaction of fluoride with the forming enamel.

What Causes Dental Fluorosis?

Fluorosis is mainly caused by fluoride intake over a long period of time, precisely during the period of tooth formation.

Teeth whitening technique is used to remove stains and make teeth whiter; however, over time it can worsen the appearance of fluorosis.

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