granted. A lot of cities add the chemical for the sake of dental health and have done so for decades. But more and more water suppliers ..... Local dentists urged fluoridation to continue for the sake of dental health , primarily in children. While opponents sited research
it. Dentists and health officials are urging the utility to keep adding the mineral to the water, noting that it prevents tooth decay . The board plans to vote on the matter on Sept. 25. Information from: The Daily Herald, http://www.columbiadailyherald
for the department to stop promoting water fluoridation. Many dentists argue that fluoridated water helps prevent tooth decay . But fluoride can also cause discoloring of teeth, and opponents are worried about other possible health risks.
California dentist, known as the " bad breath doctor," said allergy season can ..... problem. "I've been talking for bad breath for about 15 years now," he said. "People don't know if they have bad breath ." To prove it, Katz put our newsroom
s School of Dentistry will be offering free cleanings, screenings and sealants to kids in celebration of Children's Dental Health Month. The services will take place each Monday in February. The School of Dentistry at Meharry Medical College continues
Thursday to stop fluoridating the city's water. Public water systems have added fluoride for decades, in an effort to prevent tooth decay . But opponents question the safety of drinking it. Several Tennessee towns have already eliminated fluoride from the drinking
dental group in Oregon is hoping to raise awareness with young children on how to take care of their pearly whites by brushing , flossing and heading to the dentist. Every year, nearly 17 million kids in the United States fail to see a dentist. Copyright