One in a Million: reports published since last revision in 2012/3 up to and including 2020.

a) Reviews
Jack B, Ayson M, Lewis S, Irving A, Agresta B, Ko H and Stoklosa A (2016) Health
effects of water fluoridation: evidence evaluation report. Report from NHMRC
Clinical Trials Centre, University of Sydney to National Health and Medical
Research Council, Canberra, Australia.
National Health and Medical Research Council (2017a) Information paper –
Water fluoridation: dental and other human health effects. Report prepared by
the Clinical Trials Centre at University of Sydney, NHMRC, Canberra.
National Health and Medical Research Council (2017b) NHMRC Public
statement: water fluoridation and human health in Australia. NHMRC,
Canberra.
Iheozor-Ejiofor Z, Worthington HV, Walsh T, O’Malley L, Clarkson JE, Macey R,
Alam R, Tugwell, Welch V and Glenny AM. (2015) Water fluoridation for the
prevention of dental caries. Cochrane Systematic Reviews published 18 June
2015.
Rugg-Gunn AJ, Spencer AJ, Whelton HP, Jones C, Beal JF, Castle P, Cooney PV,
Johnson J, Kelly MP, Lennon MA, McGinley J, O’Mullane D, Sgan-Cohen HD,
Sharma PP, Thomson WM, Woodward M and Zusman SP. (2016) Critique of
the review of “Water fluoridation for the prevention of dental caries” by the
Cochrane Collaboration in 2015. British Dental Journal 220; 335-340.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2015) Comments regarding the
Cochrane review of “Water fluoridation for the prevention of dental caries”.
CDC Department of Health and Human Services 2 July 2015, Atlanta, Ga.
McClaren L and Singhal S (2016). Does cessation of community water
fluoridation lead to an increase in tooth decay? A systematic review of
published studies. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 70; 934-
940.

b) New schemes

Blinkhorn AS, Byun R, Mehta P and Kay M. (2015). A 4-year assessment of a
new water-fluoridation scheme in New South Wales. International Dental
Journal, 65; 156-163
c) Monitoring studies
Public Health England (2014). Water fluoridation: Health monitoring report for
England 2014. PHE, London.
Public Health England (2018). Water fluoridation: Health monitoring report for
England 2018. PHE, London.
Slade GD, Grider WB, Mass WR and Sanders AE. (2018). Water fluoridation in
US children and adolescents. Journal of Dental Research 97; 1122-1128.
Spencer AJ, Do LG and Ha DH. (2018) Contemporary evidence on the
effectiveness of water fluoridation in the prevention of childhood caries.
Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology 46; 407-415
Firmino RT, Bueno AX, Martins CC, Ferreira FM, Granville-Garcia AF and Paiva
SM. (2018) Dental caries and dental fluorosis according to water fluoridation
among 12-year-old Brazilian schoolchildren: a nation-wide study comparing
different municipalities. Journal of Public Health (Berlin) 26 ;501-507.
.
d) Inequalities
Do LG, Ha DH, Roberts-Thomson KF, Jamieson L, Peres MA and Spencer AJ.
(2018). Race- and income-related inequalities in oral health in Australian
children by fluoridation status. JDR Clinical & Translation Research. 3; 170-179.
Public Health England (2018) op cit.
Weston-Price S, Copley V, Smith H and Davies GM. (2018) A multi-variable
analysis of four factors affecting caries level among five-year-old children:
deprivation, ethnicity, exposure to fluoridated water and geographic region.
Community Dental Health. 35; 217-222.
Cho HJ, Lee HS, Paik DI and Bae KH. (2014) Association of dental caries with
socioeconomic status in relation to different water fluoridation levels.
Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology, 42; 536-542
d) Hospital admissions

Hobbs M, Wade A, Jones P, Marek L, Tomintz M, Sharma K, McCarthy J,
Mattingley B, Campbell M and Kingham S. (2020). Area-level deprivation,
childhood dental ambulatory sensitive hospitalizations and community water
fluoridation: evidence from New Zealand, International Journal of
Epidemiology published 29 April 2020
Kivitsky A, Tasher D, Stein M, Gavron E and Somekh E. (2015) Hospitalization
for dental infections; optimally versus non-optimally fluoridated areas in Israel.
Journal of the American Dental Association 146; 179-183.
Public Health England (2018) op cit.
Public Health England (2017) Health matters: child dental health. Gov.UK 14
June 2017.