If water fluoridation is doing such a great job, why do the statistics say otherwise? And if it isn’t hurting our bodies in many ways, why are there so many posts quoting experts on this website saying it is? From the article:
The CDC reports that almost all adults have cavities and significant oral health disparities by race still persist. This after seven decades of fluoridation reaching record numbers of Americans via the water and food supply, reports the New York State Coalition Opposed to Fluoridation.
Fluoride added to public water supplies attempts to prevent cavities and level out decay between poor and non-poor, in children and adults. But government statistics reveal it hasn’t.
The May 2015 CDC Data Brief by Dye et al. reports 90% of all adults have cavities and two-thirds of 40 to 64-year-olds lost one or more teeth due to decay. Tooth loss and untreated cavities are drastically higher in African-Americans. The poor are more cavity-prone but Dye failed to provide statistics based on socio-economic-status.
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