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Aaltrude
05-01-12, 05:40 PM
By Ethan Huff | April 19, 2012


Health Secrets Newsletter) A popular mantra in American dentistry claims that topical fluoride treatments help to protect teeth from cavities by forming a protective shield on the enamel of teeth. However, a recent study published in the American Chemical Society (ACS) journal Langmuir has found that the "protective layer" created by fluoride is actually 100 times thinner than previously believed, which may render it practically useless as a cavity-preventing intervention.


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StephenX
05-01-12, 08:30 PM
I have never seen one credible study that shows fluoride is beneficial. Calcium fluoride could be helpful for teeth; but the fluorides foisted upon us are primarily toxic byproducts.

sollyb
05-02-12, 02:29 PM
Calcium fluoride could be helpful for teeth; but the fluorides foisted upon us are primarily toxic byproducts.

I found this by looking up Calcium fluoride:
http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m2465/is_6_30/ai_65653630/
Last time I checked where I live there is no fluoride added to the water, but our water does contain natural fluoride, which is apparently calcium fluoride. Also the last water test result I saw said the level of natural fluoride here is .2ppm.
Probably time to call the city and check again..........