Study confirms fluoridated water reduces adult caries risk

Adding fluoride to drinking water reduces the risk of dental caries in adults as well as children, researchers report in the Journal of Dental Research. Adults who drank fluoridated water for more than 75% of their lives had up to 30% less tooth decay than people exposed for less than 25% of their lives, Australian researchers found.

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