Scotland’s tap water has become the first in the world to gain international approval for keeping teeth healthy.
With today (1st November) National Brush Day, Scottish Water is revealing it has been given the official stamp of approval by the Oral Health Foundation after submitting scientific evidence that its tap water promotes healthier teeth and gums.
The news comes after new research from NHS Scotland revealed that the number of children in Scotland with no obvious sign of tooth decay has hit a record high.
Scottish Water joined up with four and five-year-old pupils from Annette Street Primary School in Glasgow’s Govanhill and dental group Clyde Munro to mark National Brush Day, which is specifically timed to follow the impact of Halloween and its sugary treats by reinforcing the importance of children’s oral health and promoting good teeth-brushing habits.
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