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big1devin

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What is salt fluoridation?
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What is salt fluoridation?


◦ It is the addition of salt and fluoride to water.
◦ These components are added to preserved food.
◦ These components are added to table salt.
◦ Patients get daily fluoride intake through salt blocks.

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What is salt fluoridation?
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2019 »
These components are added to table salt.

 

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