Join Date: Oct 2002
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YOu may want to continue to do more research on flouride since it is still debateable whether it is really necessary as a supplement.
Although I cannot get any dentists to agree with me, including my own sister, a DDS diplomate, I feel that diet and hygiene play a bigger role in dental decay than flouride supplements.
I never had any cavities until age 25 without flouride and my own children are cary-free ... without flouride toothpaste and supplements (pills and water), but they did receive flouride treatments from the DDS once a year since, as I said, no one listens to me. No dentist would treat them without them.
Sunlight is a fine alternative to vitamin D pills.
"One can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light." - Plato