Fluorosis definition

flo͝o-rōsĭs, flô-, flō-
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An abnormal condition caused by excessive intake of fluorine, as from fluoridated drinking water, characterized chiefly by mottling of the teeth.
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A disorder resulting from the absorption of too much fluorine, usually characterized by mottled or stained teeth.
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An abnormal condition caused by excessive intake of fluorine, as from fluoridated drinking water, characterized chiefly by mottling of the teeth.
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(medicine) Any adverse condition due to an excess of fluoride.
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Noun

Singular:
fluorosis
Plural:
fluoroses