Monday, November 22, 2004

Salisbury Post | LOCAL NEWS | Good Shepherd's Clinic opens preventative dental clinic:

Most of Rowan County and 85% of North Carolina is fluoridated

"She works in schools and sees first-hand the effects of Rowan having the highest rate of dental disease in the state for kids entering school. She's seen kids with all their teeth decayed to the nerve. She's seen a child die from the infection caused by tooth decay left to spread unchecked."