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Free dental care helps prevent cavities in Clark County students

12:01 AM, Feb. 9, 2013
Dr. Troy Rens examines Lucas Bauman of Colby during the Seal-a-Smile initiative Friday at First City Dental in Abbotsford. The event helped seal molars in 140 local second-graders in an effort to improve dental health.
Dr. Troy Rens examines Lucas Bauman of Colby during the Seal-a-Smile initiative Friday at First City Dental in Abbotsford. The event helped seal molars in 140 local second-graders in an effort to improve dental health.
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First City Dental in Abbotsford might have been closed Friday, but inside, staff members were busy providing much-needed preventive dental care for Colby and Abbotsford students.

It's all a part of the Seal-a-Smile program started 13 years ago in an attempt to address a public health concern among Clark County health officials.

A total of 138 second-grade students had sealants placed on their back molars, along with a full dental checkup. Parents are then notified if their child has cavities, or needs more dental work. ...

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