Dental damage using excess toothpaste

Many people have memories of toothpaste while not wanting to brush their teeth. Children of this era are no exception.

Research suggests that the use of excess toothpaste can lead to ‘dental fluorosis’. Dental fluorosis is called ‘Dental fluorosis’ in the first 8 years after the birth of a ‘fluoride’ in contact with excessive tooth loss.

The ‘fluoride’ minerals are found in water and soil. About 70 years ago, scientists discovered that people who have ‘fluoride’ in their drinking water daily have less cavity levels.

From this, fluid is added to the supply of water, toothpaste, mouthwash etc.

However, it is found in the study that when the tooth is bigger, the exposure to excess ‘fluoride’ actually causes white spots on the teeth, called ‘dental fluorosis’.

It is said in the study that doctors recommend using a pea-granule toothpaste to brush teeth. However, about 40 percent of children between the ages of three to six years have full brush or semi-brushed toothpaste.

In an interview given to Daily Mail, Chicago’s pediatric dentist Mary Hayes said, “fluoride” is a nice and beneficial mineral, but its use should be cautious. ”

For research, the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention researchers work with parents of five thousand children aged between three and 15 years.

Researchers did not know how many white stains were found in children due to excess toothpaste. But researchers suggested that a rice grain toothpaste should be used to brush teeth in children under three years.

In Hayes’s words, “Toothpaste is not a food. Parents need to control the toothpaste and toothbrush to prevent them from transferring children. “

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