More than 60 years ago Grand Rapids, Mich. became the first American community to fluoridate its public source of water. Hundreds of subsequent scientific articles have determined that optimally fluoridated water is the single most effective public health measure to prevent dental decay.
Studies show that the incidences of childhood and adult cavities decrease 20 to 40 percent in areas of optimally fluoridated water. Studies also clearly show that children with decayed...
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