Study finds gaps in oral care of visually impaired patients
Only 24 percent of visually impaired people being treated at an eye hospital in the U.K. indicated in response to a dental-needs survey that they were registered with a dentist. And more than half said that not enough dental care information is available for those with visual impairment. Researchers interviewed 100 randomly selected patients who were visiting the low vision aid clinic at the Moorfields Eye Hospital in London.
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