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Educating Americans about dental care benefits


, : Educating Americans about dental care benefits. Journal of the American Dental Association 128(2): 213-215

Freedom of choice is the fundamental premise on which American dentistry has achieved its enviable position of providing good oral care, at a moderate cost to a majority of the American people who choose to see a dentist regularly. As dentists, it is our responsibility that they receive the level and quality of care to which they are entitled. It is our responsibility to preserve optimum oral care for our country. Educate your patients and their employers.

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PMID: 9037976


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