Dental plans: Why Americans are paying more for less
from ABC News
With all the attention paid to affordable healthcare, experts say standard dental coverage has changed little over the last 20 years while leading to greater out-of-pocket costs for consumers. As with the rising costs of overall healthcare, many times only the wealthiest have access to important dental care. Dr. Paul Glassman, professor of dental practice and director of community oral health at University of the Pacific, said dental benefits and the cap on dental health plan benefits have not changed much in the past 20 years. But the cost of dental care has increased "dramatically."
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