Teeth whitening, enamel microabrasion, dental veneers, topical fluoride, and other treatments are available for dental fluorosis. Certain prevention steps, such as restricting toothpaste use, consuming fluoride-free water, and eliminating sugary beverages, can, on the other hand, aid in the treatment of dental fluorosis.
Preventing dental fluorosis mostly entails avoiding prolonged intake of elevated fluoride levels during the teeth-forming years. The reference dosage of fluoride intake, according to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), is 0.06 mg fluoride/kg/day.
Parental counseling may assist in avoiding and raising awareness of the harmful effects of acute fluoride use. It is normally recommended that children be supervised when using fluoridated dental items to avoid unintended swallowing.