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The pandemic has changed how our everyday lives, the dental field included. Throughout the pandemic, we’ve learned how to adapt under uncertainty. Dentists are continuously working to ensure that dental care services are being met for all.

“[S]ix million adults had lost their dental insurance because of the pandemic, and more than one in 10 had delayed getting care because of cost, lack of insurance, fear of exposure to the virus or a combination of those factors.”

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NYT article written by: Kim Tingley


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