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Fluoridated Water Proven Once Again to Reduce Risk of Cavities
Fluoridated Water Proven Once Again to Reduce Risk of Cavities

The US implemented water fluoridation back in the late 40s/early 50s to help reduce the risk of cavities, and while the plan was indeed a success, it’s been so long since any research has been done, it’s easy to forget how much-fluoridated water has helped dental health in ...

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