What is Fluoride?
Fluoride is an important mineral that strengthens tooth enamel. This helps in preventing tooth decay on the surfaces of your teeth. This also explains why fluoride is held in such high regard.
Nearly every major health and safety-related organization in the world, endorses water fluoridation. It's a common practice in communities to "fluoridate" their drinking supplies so the general population can benefit from this inexpensive and effective preventative treatment. More than 144 million U.S. residents in over 10,000 communities drink fluoridated water, according to the American Dental Association. Most drink from public water supplies with sodium fluoride added artificially.