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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of fluoridate.

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Examples

  • Tap water also is fluoridated, which is good for our teeth.

    The Doctor is In

  • Tap water also is fluoridated, which is good for our teeth.

    The Doctor is In

  • Tap water also is fluoridated, which is good for our teeth.

    The Doctor is In

  • Tap water also is fluoridated, which is good for our teeth.

    The Doctor is In

  • Much of North America's water is fluoridated, meaning that water utilities add hexafluorosilicic acid, sodium silicofluoride or sodium fluoride to local water supplies.

    UK Against Fluoridation

  • The fact that Europeans can independently choose their fluoride exposure - by using products such as fluoridated toothpaste (or not) makes activists like Connett wonder aloud, "If Europe can do the job with individual fluoride products, then why can't we do the same here?"

    Whole Life Times

  • The fact that Europeans can independently choose their fluoride exposure - by using products such as fluoridated toothpaste (or not) makes activists like Connett wonder aloud, "If Europe can do the job with individual fluoride products, then why can't we do the same here?"

    Whole Life Times

  • The fact that Europeans can independently choose their fluoride exposure - by using products such as fluoridated toothpaste (or not) makes activists like Connett wonder aloud, "If Europe can do the job with individual fluoride products, then why can't we do the same here?"

    Whole Life Times

  • "fluoridated" (water fluoridation, by the way, is a scam).

    JOTMAN

  • In contrast, only about 11% of Hawaii residents are on fluoridated water, according to government statistics.

    U.S. says too much fluoride in water

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