Albuquerque ends water fluoridation

From End All

“Fluoride is no longer being added to Albuquerque’s drinking water. City officials argued supplemental fluoride is not necessary to meet current standards, but a local dentist said they should think twice.

“It is virtually indisputable that fluoride reduces, drastically reduces, the incidents of tooth decay in the general population,” Dr. Paul Dunn said.

In the past few decades, Dunn said the number of patients he sees with dental problems, from tooth aches to cavities, has dramatically decreased.

“A lot of this is due to municipal water fluoridation,” Dunn said.

Dollar for dollar, Dunn said supplemental water fluoridation is the single most cost-effective public health measure to reduce dental disease, but it is something Albuquerque residents will no longer be receiving when taking a sip of water from the tap.

“We’re going to err on the side of caution,” said David Morris, with the Water Authority….”

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3 responses to “Albuquerque ends water fluoridation

  1. They need to end it here, too.

  2. A great victory for sure but do not forget that it is still probably chlorinated which turns organic matter into carcinogens and kills very important gut flora. BTW the town where I live does not chlorinate the water. (Thank God)

  3. Congratulation- Something to be proud of!

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