September 28, 2016
by Suzanne Lapointe, CBC News
Dentists are urging Moncton to resume putting fluoride in its water after its five-year moratorium on the practice expires on Dec. 31.
Suzanne Drapeau-McNally of the New Brunswick Dental Association says “a tremendous change” has occurred in the level of tooth decay in Moncton patients in the last five years.
Drapeau-McNally estimates tooth decay in children has increased approximately 50 per cent.
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