Martine Dental

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Martine Dental
Martine Dental is listed in the Dentists category in Indianapolis, Indiana. Displayed below is the only current social network for Martine Dental which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Martine Dental on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 59.

Contact information for Martine Dental is:
3410 W 56th St
Indianapolis, IN 46228
(317) 291-2119

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Martine Dental has an overall ZapScore of 59. This means that Martine Dental has a higher ZapScore than 59% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Indianapolis, Indiana is 37 and in the category is 25. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Dr.s Niki and Gary Martine with Nathaniel and Victoria helping Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church. They were working the soup kitchen at North United Methodist Church this morning.

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Dr.s Niki, Gary Martine with Viictoria and Nathaniel helping Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church. They were at North United Methodist church this morning volunteering at their soup kitchen.

Drs Niki and Gary golf at a fundraiser for Merciful. H.E.L.P. Center and Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Carmel. Some team had to come in last.....


FDA Warns Of Toxic Substance In Homeopathic Teething Products. The ADA News (1/31, Manchir) reports the US Food and Drug Administration states it has found varying amounts of belladonna, a toxic substance, in some homeopathic teething tablets, urging consumers in a Jan. 27 news release not to use the products. The most recent warning comes after an FDA news release in September 2016, which also cautioned consumers about homeopathic teething tablets and gels due to reports of adverse events. In both notices, the FDA encourages healthcare providers and consumers to report any adverse events experienced when using the products. Reuters (1/27, Grover) reported belladonna can cause seizures, muscle weakness, and exhaustion. On its website, NBC News (1/27, Fox) reported that belladona “is an extract of the deadly nightshade plant,” has hallucinogenic properties, and “is highly toxic in large amounts.” According to FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research Director Dr. Janet Woodcock, “The body’s response to belladonna in children under 2 years of age is unpredictable and puts them at unnecessary risk. We recommend that parents and caregivers not give these homeopathic teething tablets to children and seek advice from their health care professional for safe alternatives.” Healthcare professionals and consumers can report adverse events or quality problems experienced with the use of these tablets and gels on the FDA’s website. The ADA maintains a list on ADA.org of safety alerts related to dental drugs and devices. Visit ADA.org/safetyalerts for more information. In addition, MouthHealthy.org provides additional information for patients on teething.
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