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2013-01-12 05:03:09

The Pew report, Falling Short: Most States Lag on Dental Sealants. Lansing (PRWEB) January 11, 2013 The Pew report, Falling Short: Most States Lag on Dental Sealants, that came out January 8th, 2013, grades all 50 states and the District of Columbia on their efforts to prevent decay by improving access to sealants for low-income children. The national report card gives Michigan a ℠C´ grade for the number of children with dental sealants–plastic coatings applied to the...

2012-07-31 23:02:18

Verde Pointe Dental Associates, Kirk Kimmerling DDS, Alex Krempa, DMD and Suzanna Aguilera DMD have announced the “Win an iPad and Promote Excellent Health Contest” in Marietta, GA. “The contest intends to raise awareness for the importance of excellent oral hygiene and overall health,” says Kirk Kimmerling DDS, Marietta family dentist. “We want to educate our community about the significance of oral hygiene and how it affects the body´s overall health....

2012-02-29 05:00:00

The Save-A-Tooth® system, the only scientific, American Dental Association Seal of Accepted product for saving knocked out teeth, is now included in The Complete First Aid kit, says Phoenix-Lazerus, inc. The Complete First Aid kit is the only first aid kit that has such a device and makes it the best first aid kit available. Wayne, Pa (PRWEB) February 29, 2012 Over five million teeth are knocked out annually in the United States during sports, automobile accidents and in the home...

2011-07-07 16:27:00

MEDINA, Ohio, July 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- RPM International Inc. (NYSE: RPM) announced today that it will release its fiscal 2011 fourth-quarter and year-end results before the stock market opens on Monday, July 25, 2011. The results will be issued via newswire and also will be available on the RPM web site at www.rpminc.com. Management will host a conference call to discuss the results beginning at 10:00 a.m. EDT the same day. The call can be accessed by dialing 800-901-5241 or...

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