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School Age Dental Concerns: Fluoride Treatments and More!

December 10, 20149 min
Fluoride from drinking water and other sources such as toothpaste can strengthen tooth enamel and help prevent tooth decay. Your school age children have unique oral concerns. Fluoride helps strengthen teeth's surface and prevent cavities.Fluoride protects teeth from acid damage and helps reverse early signs of decay.There are many sources of fluoride. Fluoridated water and toothpaste are the most common. It is also found in many foods and beverages. Your school age children have unique oral concerns. Listen in as David Krol, MD discusses your school age child's oral health and just how fluoride fits in.

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