Fluoridated water has been a hot topic of concern in recent years, as scientists and health officials challenge its safety and effectiveness. The issue has always been around effectiveness and the proper control or management. Too much fluoride can be more damaging than having none. Once added to our water supply, fluoride can be tricky to remove. Many common jug and faucet filters are effective at removing large impurities from water, but leave elements like fluoride behind. Various filtration systems claim to eliminate the fluoride in your water, but consumers should be wary. It is advisable to check that you are using a filtration system that has been certified by the Water Quality Association of NSF international as one capable of removing fluoride additives. The use of a reverse osmosis filtration system is recommended as the most efficient and effective method for eliminating fluoride from your water.