States are opening their pocket books to offer dental care to poorest residents

Date:

[ad_1]

A growing number of states are offering dental care to low-income adults who in the past had to rely on charity or emergency rooms to treat their toothache. Some patients had to wait months due to pain or went years without seeing a dentist because they could not afford dental care. (Sept. 23) (AP video by Kristin M. Hall)

A growing number of states are offering dental care to low-income adults who in the past had to rely on charity or emergency rooms to treat their toothache. Some patients had to wait months due to pain or went years without seeing a dentist because they could not afford dental care. (Sept. 23) (AP video by Kristin M. Hall)




[ad_2]

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Share post:

Subscribe

spot_imgspot_img

Popular

More like this
Related

Republican Primary 2024

Introduction to Republican Primary 2024 The upcoming 2024 Republican Primary...

Who is Matt Canada?

Who is Matt Canada? A Brief Introduction In the sporting...

Real Madrid-bound Endrick prefers Ronaldo over Messi

Real Madrid wonderkid Andric says he is more...

India lost to the conditions, but could they have been braver with the bat?

Rohit Sharma He looked like he was trying...