Tronvites are a dietary supplement that claim to be 100% safe and effective.
However, some have reported that the supplements have a tendency to produce severe dental damage in people who have not been taking the supplements for a long time.
In a study of nearly 20,000 people, researchers found that a single dose of Tronvinet was able to cause about 15% of the patients to develop a dental eruption, which is a severe infection.
The researchers then analyzed the patients’ dental health records and found that the dental eruption was caused by a combination of three chemicals that Tronvia products contain: 1) Tronvuel® (a combination of a liquid and powder form of Tranvite), 2) Trontium-99, a form of iron-containing sulfate, and 3) Trantium-2, which was found in the water that Tronsutamine was taken.
Tronvites contain a mixture of minerals, including magnesium, titanium, calcium, and iron.
The magnesium and titanium form of the mineral Tronvisil may be particularly toxic.
The chemical Tronva-2 is known to cause a form known as “dental enamel necrosis.”
In addition to its ability to cause dental eruption in some people, the Tronvanitate® diet supplement is also known to damage the teeth in people taking it.
In a study, researchers showed that people taking Tronvarite and Tronvasitate had a higher rate of tooth loss and erosion than those taking either of the other two supplements.
Researchers say that there is no evidence that Trondevite supplements are a safer alternative to Tronvex, and some users have reported negative side effects.
However; they caution that Trontavite should only be used by people with certain medical conditions, or those who are allergic to it.
The FDA is investigating the Trondavite supplement and will be publishing its findings in the coming weeks.