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Fluoride is an extremely important chemical to protect teeth from decay and to remove decay in the early stages of the disease. Fluoride can be found in drinking tap water and some foods. Fluoride intake is especially important for children under 16 years of age. Fluoride can also help people with xerostomia - "dry mouth" disorder, gum diseases: periodontitis, gingivitis, and those who wear braces. Although large amounts of fluoride can be dangerous and cause side effects, it is extremely difficult to get fluoride "poisoning" by using only widely available, over-the-counter oral hygiene products. The exact danger limit depends on the person's weight. Children are most likely to multiply fluoride.