Fluoride is the fluorine ion added to toothpaste and dental rinses to help protect your teeth from cavities while increasing the concentration of systemic fluoride eg through fluoridating drinking water has not been proven to reduce the incidence of tooth decay direct contact between fluoride and teeth strengthens and helps remineralize damaged enamel. 3 2 dental chemistry analogy pre lab assignment in the experiment you are asked to design a simple experiment to illustrate if possible the protective effect the fluoride ion has against acid degradation of eggshells or marble chips. Dental fluoride is used when a patient isnt receiving enough fluoride in their diet thus they will usually have a mix of white and clear spots on their teeth dentists can prescribe tablets making sure before they know of the patients medical conditions or what medication they are currently on. Fluoride plays a key role in the prevention and control of dental caries ever since the excellent work of dean and his collaborators dean 1934 1942 dean and elvovo 1935 in which the association between fluoride in drinking water and the occurrence of disturbances of tooth formation mottling of enamel or dental fluorosis as well as a concomitant reduction in caries experience was
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