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fluor·ide drops

(flōrīd drops)
Liquid fluoride supplement solution sometimes given to children aged from 6 months to 3 years old who do not have adequate exposure to fluoride from other sources.
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However, according to recent evidencebased reports on fluoridated milk, fluoridated salt, fluoride tablets and fluoride drops there is lack of evidence to make good recommendations [ Swedish Council on Technology Assessment in Health Care, 2002; Yeung et al., 2005; National Health and Medical Research Council, 2007;] and many of the studies "are highly biased" [Ismail and Hasson, 2008].
They told her to give fluoride drops to Carena from three months and to start David, then two, now 16, on fluoride tablets.
ASK your dentist for advice on how to prevent tooth decay and whether your baby needs fluoride drops or tablets.