Filtered Wilson Water And Oral Health

Filtered Wilson Water And Oral Health

Here’s a dental health suggestion from Wilson Dental Group. A simple way for anyone to choose a beverage that won’t harm their teeth is to keep it simple and make water their go-to drink.

Easy, right? Yes and no. As it happens, many people, for reasons of safety, thrift, and convenience, choose to drink bottled water or filter it themselves at home.

Filtered water can be detrimental to oral health if it doesn’t contain fluoride, which is a great tooth decay preventer.

If you choose bottled water and are wondering if any naturally occurring fluoride has been removed, you can check the label. If you prefer to filter your own tap water, look to see if the American Dental Association has given the filter its seal of approval.

Water filters that carry the ADA seal don’t remove fluoride, so you can be sure that the fluoride is still in your water and benefitting your teeth.

At Wilson Dental Group, your dental health is our top priority. We offer general and cosmetic dentistry. Schedule your next checkup and cleaning with us today.

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3401 Raleigh Road Pkwy W Ste 10C
Wilson, North Carolina


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