Thursday, May 16, 2013

Increase In Access To Routine, Preventive Care For Children, Low-Income Adults Revealed By First Economic Analysis Of Practicing Dental Therapists

A new report assessing the economic viability of services provided by practicing midlevel dental providers in the U.S. shows that they are expanding preventive dental care to people who need it most: children and those who can't afford care. At the same time, they are providing that care at a reduced cost to the dental practice. The report, released today by Community Catalyst, determined that midlevel dental providers currently practicing in Alaska and Minnesota cost their employers 27 and 29 percent respectively of the revenue they generate. 


Increase In Access To Routine, Preventive Care For Children, Low-Income Adults Revealed By First Economic Analysis Of Practicing Dental Therapists

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