British Fluoridation Society

2nd Floor
Bryan House
61 Standishgate


The British Fluoridation Society was founded in 1969 by a group of concerned professionals anxious to see an improvement in the dental health of the UK population by the implementation of Government policy for water fluoridation.

The aims of the society are:
  • To promote improvement of dental health by securing the optimum fluoride content of water supplies (one part per million) in those areas where high levels of tooth decay remain a public health problem.
  • To promote and co-ordinate medical, dental, educational, and administrative efforts.
  • To distribute information about dental health.
Membership is open to individuals and organisations who support the society's aims. The society is a multi-disciplinary organisation - individual members include dentists, hygienists, health educators, politicians, doctors, health visitors and administrators. Corporate members include many health authorities and professional organisations.

Last updated on 21/07/2012

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