New Jersey may add fluoride to its water

February 28, 2012 by  

The New Jersey legislation will reportedly be deciding whether or not to fluoridate the city’s water supply. Many cities all over the world have implemented this practice in an effort to prevent tooth decay. However, many people are opposing this move as they believe it will cost too much money.

Critics of the new system have several reasons why they are against fluoride being added to the water system. Some of these reasons include cost, potential health risks and lack of choice.

New Jersey officials are no doubt aware that there was also opposition to this measure in other cities. However, this opposition died down once the decision to introduce fluoride into the water system was made. If the state does decide to go ahead with this proposal, they are likely to start an informative marketing campaign.

Those interested in this news may become open to the idea once made aware of the benefits of having fluoride in water. One of the easiest ways to inform residents in towns such as Somerville and Cherry Hill is to use printing services to create brochures or flyers. Such items are ideal to state the impact that these changes will have. Dentists may also consider creating brochures for children and adults about good dental practices. Those who are knowledgeable on how to take care of their teeth are less likely to have cavities and other dental problems. As with many other changes, it is important to ensure people are aware of how and why decisions are being made.

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