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A Little Fluoride Goes a Long Way in Protecting Your Family's Teeth

A popular Sixties-era hair cream touted their product with the tagline, "A little dab'll do ya!" In other words, it didn't take much to make your hair look awesome. Something Read More

Fluoride Treatments Give Your Child Added Protection Against Cavities

When it comes to helping your child avoid tooth decay, it's all hands on deck. Tooth decay can not only harm their current set of primary teeth, but the Read More

Topical Fluoride Could Boost Your Child's Avoidance of Tooth Decay

Tooth decay is perhaps the biggest danger your child's teeth can face. Not only can it rob them of primary teeth now, but the loss of teeth at this Read More

Keep Your Child's Fluoride Intake at a Safe but Effective Level

Fluoride is an important part of your child's dental development. But if children take in too much of this important mineral, they could experience enamel fluorosis, a condition in Read More

Office Fluoride Treatments Can Add Extra Protection to Your Child's Teeth

Your family uses fluoride toothpaste and your drinking water is fluoridated too. So with the fluoride your child already takes in, is it really necessary for topical fluoride treatments Read More

Don't Forget Hidden Fluoride Sources Your Family Could be Ingesting

In the last half century, fluoride has become an effective weapon against tooth decay. The naturally occurring mineral helps strengthen enamel, the teeth's hard, protective cover. Although it's safe for Read More

Fluoride: You

We know from research extending back to the 1930s that very small amounts of fluoride in drinking water can significantly reduce dental caries (cavities) with no negative health effects. Read More

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