With the help of My Community Dental Centers, and the Marquette County Health Department, we will once again provide Marquette County elementary schools with the Fluoride Mouthrinse Program (FMP) for the 2017-2018 school year.

 The school Fluoride Mouthrinse Program is an easy and effective way to improve the dental health of our U.P. students.  Parent volunteers can administer the fluoride weekly in the classroom once a week throughout the school year.  Students only have to swish with fluoride for one minute. 
The FMP is free to all students who return a signed parental consent allowing them to participate.

The program is a wonderful adjunct to daily oral hygiene habits and regular dental visits. The FMP is not meant to replace brushing, flossing or trips to the dentist.

If you have any questions regarding the FMP, please call:
Rebecca Maino, Dental Health Coordinator, at 315-2615.