You can find out the level of fluoride in your drinking water, and if your drinking water is fluoridated by using our postcode search, but if you would like to know more:

Fluoride occurs naturally at very low levels in drinking water. The amount depends on the type of rock in the area where your water supply comes from.

Our tap water always contains less than 1.5 milligrams per litre (equivalent to one and a half parts per million) which is the level considered safe by the World Health Organisation. In most areas it is much lower than this.