In Scotland no public drinking water supply is currently fluoridated and naturally occurring fluoride, in general, is less than 0.1 mg/l.

The initiative for fluoridation of any water supply lies with local NHS health boards. They have to undertake a full public consultation exercise before applying to Scottish Water to add fluoride to the water supply. 
The onus is on the NHS health boards to demonstrate that a significant majority are in favour of the proposal.
In addition there are significant practical and logistical issues which would need to be considered carefully by all parties involved.

Further Information

For more information on Fluoridation, please visit the DWQR (Drinking Water Quality Regulator for Scotland) website by clicking the link below.

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