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The Tooth Fairy is from Norway?

Wednesday, July 09, 2008 - 08:00 AM

Helene Meyer Tvinnereim and a team of Norwegian scientists are collecting milk teeth from 100,000 kids to create what may be the world's largest tooth bank. A dental biomaterials researcher at U Bergen in Norway, Tvinnereim seeks to find links between diseases and prenatal/childhood exposure to chemicals. The normally discarded teeth function as a 'black-box' recording of the chemicals children are exposed to, and have excellent shelf-life when dried and stored. Of course, this is a lot easier to do when you have a streamlined national health-care and record keeping system.



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Sep. 07 2013 01:42 AM
Larry from utah

Do the parents collect their teeth and send it in, still acting as the toothfairy? Or is there a national toothfairy service that works? Do you think they will ever expand this out to include animal teeth? Or would it be useless to invest in the veterinary dental equipment to do that?

Feb. 15 2012 03:34 PM

So does this mean that the Tooth fairy no longer exists in Norway?? Very sad for all those norweigan children - but great for the easter bunny.

Jul. 15 2008 01:39 PM

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