Fellow Wichitan, do you have a question about community water fluoridation?

A former CDC Oral health expert is in Wichita… so here is your chance to have questions answered by one of the nation’s leading water fluoridation experts.  Stop by in person or submit questions online.
WHAT: Attend a discussion lead by Bill Maas, a policy advisor to the Pew Children’s Dental Campaign and former director of the division of oral health at the CDC, to learn about water fluoridation from an expert in oral health. Questions for Maas to address during the discussion can be sent to the hash tag #FluorideICT on Twitter, posted to our Facebook page or by email to info@wichitansforhealthyteeth.org

 

WHEN:  Tuesday, Oct. 16 at 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.

 

WHERE:  Via Christi Family Medicine/Specialty Clinics – 707 N Emporia, Wichita.  Please use south entrance. Door-side parking available.

 

WHO:  Bill Maas is a policy advisor to the Pew Children’s Dental Campaign.  For 11 years, he served as director of the Division of Oral Health at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. From 1997 to 2001, Maas served as the chief dental officer of the U.S. Public Health Service and as an Assistant Surgeon General. Today, he is a clinical professor at the University of Maryland Dental School’s department of health promotion and policy. Maas is considering one of the nation’s leading experts on community water fluoridation.

Stay involved.  Educate yourself.

 

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