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SCCP and fluoride

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Oral hygiene products with maximum fluoride concentrations of 0.15% (1500 ppm) still are safe for use for children under the age of six, the European Commission's Scientific Committee on Consumer Products concludes during its fifth plenary meeting Sept. 20. The group reviewed data presented by a member state that suggested toothpaste formulations containing 500-700 ppm fluoride would be more appropriate for children under six. SCCP said most of the points raised by the member state already had been addressed previously and reiterated that toothpaste with 0.15% (1500 ppm) fluoride "is effective at preventing dental caries in all age groups." Additionally, "below 1000 ppm, the cariostatic effect of fluoride is not established"...
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