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soccerdreamer_17

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What occurs when an excess amount of fluoride is added to the drinking water over several days, usually secondary to an overfeed from malfunctioning equipment or maintenance errors?


◦ Hypofluoridation
◦ Hyperfluoridation
◦ Excessive fluorosis
◦ Community fluoridation

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Marked as best answer by soccerdreamer_17 on May 15, 2019

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Hyperfluoridation

 

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