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Development of a simplified water fluoridation technique for small communities

, : Development of a simplified water fluoridation technique for small communities. Bulletin of the Pan American Health Organization 16(3): 224-232

A methodology for the development of a simplified technique of fluoridation of water, adequate for small communities is presented. The basic product used was CaF2, using as the reference point the principle of natural fluoridation of public water supplies. The technical scientific criteria necessary for the proposed process to be developed with eficiency are presented.

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PMID: 7171888

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