68 страниц. 2012 год. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing The problem of Fluorosis is world wide affecting many countries and in India especially Rajasthan which is the largest state of India. The cause of problem is high fluoride content of water more than 1 ppm and chronic long term ingestion as stated by the different studies around the world and World Health Organization (WHO). Fluorosis does not only affect oral cavity but has more severe and generalized effect on the body resulting in hard tissue and soft tissue irreversible damage in form of dental fluorosis, increased chances of caries and periodontal diseases, skeletal and non-skeletal fluorosis and acute toxicity which is lethal.