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It is important to control systemic fluoride intake from food and drink in early childhoodto minimise risk of dental fluorosis whilst maximising caries prevention. A study of commercially-available food and drinks found a wide range of fluoridecontent (μg fluoride per 100 g of the product). Comprehensive fluoride labelling is needed on food and drink products in the UK, particularly those used by infants and young children.
|Number of pages||3|
|Journal||British Dental Journal.|
|Publication status||Published - 23 Feb 2018|
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Database of the Fluoride (F) content of Selected Drinks and Foods in the UK
Zohoori, V. & Maguire, A.
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