If All I Did For Dental Health Was Rinse My Teeth With Fluoridated Water, Would I Have No Cavities?

What if all I did was brush my teeth with non-flouridated water and toothpaste, would I have less cavitites than just the flouridated water rinse?
I’m concerned about the health effects of flouride in water and wondered if the government was so concerned about teeth then why not give vouchers to people who can’t afford toothpaste and leave our drinking water alone?

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2 Responses to “If All I Did For Dental Health Was Rinse My Teeth With Fluoridated Water, Would I Have No Cavities?”

  1. FRANK says:

    no, you need to do MORE than that, Floss, Brush, use a good mouth wash!

  2. Ray says:

    If you want no cavities a primitive diet may be the answer. Although our distant ancestors 10-15,000 years ago suffered from gum disease, tooth decay was not a problem. They had no tooth brushes, fluoride toothpaste or artificially fluoridated water.
    As you go round the supermarket consider what our ancestors could have eaten, and only buy those. No drinks other than water, no processed foods, no bread, cakes, biscuits, sweets. If you consume these things, you need not be concerned about tooth decay, nor fluoride.
    I try to stick to that kind of diet, except when invited to friends for dinner, or meals in restaurants. It is possible, just takes some getting used to.
    I do brush my teeth to prevent gum disease.

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