posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 12:36 PM
reply to post by Neopan100
I was not even asked, or if they did they mumbled it so fast I could not understand a word they said. They just went ahead and did it. My sheeple
of a husband was all for it anyway.
They do it in such a way you think they are just doing part of the regular cleaning once they do it the
first time. It's hard to know what they are doing once everything is under way. They've gotten quite cagey at slipping these things past us. They
couch things in terms to make you think you do not have the right of refusal.
If I had been by myself and could do it all over again I would definitely refuse. Now my kid shows sign of getting too much fluoride with some
mottling of her teeth. It's in our water and I think the law discourages or forbids manufacturers from making filters to take it out, so popular
filters do not filter it out. And it's in toothpaste, of course. The only reason I am not freaking out is I've got mottled teeth, too, despite never
having had a fluoride treatment, and I've had only one cavity in my 45 years and I've had enough psychic experiences that I'm not worried that my
teeth have been made brittle or my pineal gland has been calcified, as some ATS members worry about in conjunction with fluoride.
My objection to fluoride treatments is that I don't believe they do any good and needlessly overexpose kids to a chemical they get more than enough of
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