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Białe plamki na zębach

IP: *.neoplus.adsl.tpnet.pl 05.09.04, 12:51
Od urodzenia mam białe plamki na dwóch górnych jedynkach (na każdej jedna).
Na pierwszy rzut oka nie jest to widoczne. To chyba jakieś
mineralne...eee...no coś jest nie tak, ale dentysta nie dał rady tego
usunąć... Ma ktoś podobny problem albo wie, co z tym zrobić albo cokolowiek
na ten temat wie? pozdrawiam.
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    • Gość: synergy Re: Białe plamki na zębach IP: *.biz.rr.com 05.09.04, 22:17
      www.zerowasteamerica.org/images/MildFluorosis.jpg
      Nadmiar fluoru - fluorosis (mottled enamel)!!!

      www.zerowasteamerica.org/Mild%20Fluorosis.htm
      health-pictures.com/fluorosis-picture.htm
      Q: Why is enamel fluorosis a concern?

      A: In severe cases of enamel fluorosis, the appearance of the teeth is marred
      by discoloration or brown markings. The enamel may be pitted, rough, and hard
      to clean. In mild cases of fluorosis, the tiny white specks or streaks are
      often unnoticeable.

      Q: How does a child get enamel fluorosis?

      A: By swallowing too much fluoride for the child's size and weight during the
      years of tooth development. This can happen in several different ways. First, a
      child may take more of a fluoride supplement than the amount prescribed.
      Second, the child may take a fluoride supplement when there is already an
      optimal amount of fluoride in the drinking water. Third, some children simply
      like the taste of fluoridated toothpaste. They may use too much toothpaste,
      then swallow it instead of spitting it out.

      www.fluoridation.com/skeletal.htm

      Czerwinski E, Nowak J, Dabrowska D, Skolarczyk A, Kita B, Bone and Joint
      Pathology in Fluoride-Exposed Workers, Archives of Environmental Health, 1988,
      43:5, 340-343

      Clinical and radiological investigations were performed for 2,258 aluminum
      workers exposed to fluoride for an average of 17.6 yr (standard deviation =
      7.6). Changes in bone and joints were presented in detail in three groups: (1)
      exposed up to 5 yr (135 cases), (2) exposed from 6-32 years (1,463 cases), and
      (3) retired workers (660 cases). A semi-quantitative assessment of early
      fluorosis was introduced. A 20.2% incidence of fluorosis was found, but
      according to Roholm, only 1.05% was in stage I. The disease was mainly in the
      pre-stages of O and OI [see note below]. A close relationship between the
      occurence of fluorosis and the time and degree of fluoride exposure was found.
      The difficulties in diagnosing skeletal fluorosis result from the questionable
      sensitivity of the x-ray techniques and from the non-specificity of the
      associated symptoms. A qualitative method to assess osteosclerosis and bone
      structure alteration is needed.


      www.rvi.net/~fluoride/000000.htm
      www.fluoridealert.org/fluoridation.htm
      www.fluoridealert.org/50-reasons.htm
      www.fluoridealert.org/absurdity.htm
      www.fluoridealert.org/mullenix-interview.htm
      www.fluoridealert.org/wastenot414.htm
      www.shirleys-wellness-cafe.com/fluoride.htm
      www.aapd.org/publications/brochures/fluorosis.asp
      www.wholywater.com/fluoride.html
      www.penweb.org/fluoride/
      www.davidicke.net/medicalarchives/badmed/flouride6.html
      www.all-natural.com/fleffect.html
      www.garynull.com/Issues/Fluoridation.htm
      www.suite101.com/welcome.cfm/fluoridation
      www.amershamhealth.com/medcyclopaedia/medical/Volume%20III%201/FLUOROSIS.ASP

      www.orgsites.com/ny/nyscof/
      www.fluoridealert.org/limeback.htm
      www.fluoridealert.org/f-teeth.htm
      www.rvi.net/~fluoride/000064.htm
      www.rvi.net/~fluoride/000011.htm
      www.nature.com/cgi-taf/DynaPage.taf?file=/bdj/journal/v189/n4/full/4800726a.html

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