A supplemental form of fluoride. Tablets, usually containing sodium fluoride, must be chewable or bioadhesive in order to gain the topical caries reducing effect on tooth enamel. They are normally administered to children over the age of 6 months, at a dosage dependent on the age of the child and body weight.
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