In celebration of National Children's Dental Health Month, the ForsythKids team gave out water bottles to a group of students to promote drinking from the tap. Most tap water contains fluoride, which has been proven to decrease cavities in both children and adults.
Could a child's teeth predict future mental health risk? In a new study, researchers at Forsyth, Massachusetts General Hospital, and UC San Francisco propose using teeth as biomarkers for childhood trauma.
Humans are known to be genetically similar to our primate relatives. But major differences can be found in our saliva, according to new research by scientists at the Forsyth Institute and the University of Buffalo.
ForsythKids builds healthy communities by improving children’s dental health where they live and learn. The ForsythKids program works with schools and community partners to make certain it is easy for children and their families to get high quality dental care, which is critically important to their overall health and well-being.