Monday, September 19, 2011

In 90% fluoridated Ohio: "Many of Ohio's young children are unable to get the dental care they need to stay healthy. According to a recent report from the Ohio Department of Health, more than half of the state's children have experienced tooth decay by third grade. And while it varies by location, family income and insurance, children in Appalachian counties disproportionately suffer the consequences of untreated cavities and have a greater need for urgent dental care."

Dental Health not Necessarily a Smiling Matter for Ohio's Kids: