The Fluoride Debate







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Question 14.
Are additional studies being conducted to determine the effects of fluorides in humans?

ADA's Fluoridation Facts Short Answer
Yes. Since its inception, fluoridation has undergone a nearly continuous process of reevaluation. As with other areas of science, additional studies on the effects of fluorides in humans can provide insight as to how to make more effective choices for the use of fluoride. The American Dental Association and the U.S. Public Health Service support this ongoing research.

ADA's Fluoridation Facts Long Answer
For the past 50 years, detailed reports have been published on all aspects of fluoridation.54, 96 The accumulated dental, medical and public health evidence concerning fluoridation has been reviewed and evaluated numerous times by academicians, committees of experts, special councils of government and most of the world's major national and international health organizations. The verdict of the scientific community is that water fluoridation, at the recommended levels, provides major oral health benefits. The question of possible secondary health effects caused by fluorides consumed in optimal concentrations throughout life has been the object of thorough medical investigations which have failed to show any impairment of general health.82, 92-95

In scientific research, there is no such thing as "final knowledge." New information is continuously emerging and being disseminated. While research continues, the weight of scientific evidence indicates water fluoridation is safe and effective in preventing dental decay in humans.54

Additional discussion on this topic may be found in Question 36.

Repeat of Question 14.
Are additional studies being conducted to determine the effects of fluorides in humans?

Opposition's Response

Numerous studies have already proven that fluoridation does not prevent tooth decay, and that it contributes to many diseases, but proponents totally ignore all negative reports even when the study has been done by "one of their own."

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