Questions remain about safety of BPA in dental sealants

12/15/2010 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Although dental sealants come highly recommended for reducing children's tooth decay, they are made with the chemical bisphenol A, leading some to question their safety. "It would behoove the dental industry to look at alternatives," said the lead author of a recently published literature review on the issue.

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