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Bottled WaterAdopted by the American Dental Association
2002 House of Delegates

Resolved, that in order to ensure optimal fluoride intake, the American Dental Association urges its members to educate their patients regarding the level of fluoride in bottled water and the possible removal of fluoride by some home water treatment systems, and be it further

Resolved, that the American Dental Association urges its members to inquire about their patients' primary and secondary water source as part of the health history and that the appropriate ADA agencies be asked to include a question regarding the primary and secondary water source on the ADA Health History Form, and be it further

Resolved, that the American Dental Association supports the labeling of bottled water with the fluoride concentration of the product and company contact information including address and telephone number, and be it further

Resolved, that the American Dental Association supports the inclusion of information on the system's effect on water fluoride levels with each home water treatment system, and be it further

Resolved, that the American Dental Association inform other communities of interest of the ADA's policy on bottled water, home water treatment systems and fluoride exposure. 

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Page Updated: October 24, 2002