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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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Moreover, if dental benefits for children are altered within the next CHIP reauthorization or, more broadly, within any future revisions to the Affordable Care Act, the progress made this past decade in access to dental care for children could stall, with important implications for oral and whole-body health.
conducted a survey of parents and other people who care for young children, it found that 87% of the parents and guardians agreed that getting good dental care for children is as important as getting children good medical care.
This report was prepared at the request of the subcommittee and examined: (1) state strategies to monitor and improve access to dental care for children in Medicaid; and (2) CMS actions since 2007 to improve oversight of Medicaid dental services for children.
Providing more dental care for children, improving hospital-based oral health care and increasing the number of Medicaid service providers would be among other center strategies.
Yost was chairwoman of a statewide task force that helped shepherd a number of structural changes the Legislature made to MassHealth dental care for children, following a report from a Special Legislative Commission on Oral Health.
One of the most ambitious projects is to provide dental care for children from a gipsy camp and the children at the home.
5) Dental Care for Children in HUSKY A: Methods and Findings, Connecticut Voices for Children, October 2006
the perceived need for dental care for children with SHCN exceeds the need for either preventive or specialty medical care.
Founded in 1993 by Mary Caravalho, the foundation provides dental care for children from low-income families in the Santa Clarita area.
Dental care for children should start even before birth.
amp; WASHINGTON -- FORBA, the nation's largest dental practice management company focused on high-quality dental care for children in underserved communities, today announced that the company and its associated Small Smiles dental centers in the Washington, D.
6 million in a paediatric mobile unit for primary health care which includes eye testing and provision of spectacles, general health and dental care for children in primary schools in Seleka, Mokuruanyane, Shongoane and Marapong.