At the normal levels of flouride added to drinking water, the only real risk is dental fluorosis, which alters the appearance of children’s teeth during development. If it occurs in larger amounts, it can result in skeletal fluorosis and weakened bones. On rare occasions, fluoride poisoning has occured and can result in nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.
Flouride can make you sick in concentrated amounts, but it also can be very helpful for keeping your teeth strong. Just like you want water in your stomach and not too much in your lungs, you want flouride in your mouth and not too much in your stomach.
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