Among the supporters, a long-time Via Christi ER Doctor who says he's seen the effects from lack of fluoride in his line of work.
"If you look at Via Christi hospital we saw over three thousand cases of dental related complaints," said Dr. Robert Stangl.
Dr. Stangl has spent much of his career in Wichita. Before that, he was in Kansas City, where the water is fluoridated.
"There, I saw much fewer of the type of patients I see here and I think a large proportion is because we don't have fluoridation here," said Dr. Stangl.
While he's quick not to blame everything on lack of fluoridation, he thinks it could provide great benefits here.
"The problem is if you go to the internet you find anything you want," Stangle said. "And you'll find a small percentage of people with very loud voices people who will tell you fluoride causes cancer that it causes problems with intelligence and kidney disease those things are completely unfounded."
Dr. Stangl isn't alone. Most of his colleagues agree, and like him - they're willing to come out and support fluoridation.
"Anyone who looks at this objectively would have trouble coming up with something that says this is not a great idea."