Why We Must Preserve School-Based Oral Health Care for Children
School-based dental services have become a crucial way to connect low-income students, particularly students of color, with oral health care and education. And ensuring every child has access to oral health care is a key to reducing the deep racial disparities in health care.
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Poor Families Spend 10 Times More
Families in poverty or that have low incomes have greater unmet dental need and spend a significant portion of their available annual income on dental care.
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Education & Resources to Navigate COVID-19
Americans lacked equitable access to oral care before 2020. And the COVID-19 pandemic has made that problem even worse. Our growing collection of COVID-19 continuing education and resources provide practical guidance on how to improve access and keep patients safe.
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