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January 29, 2020


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"“But when consumers take advantage of the preventive services (such as routine cleanings) that their dental insurance covers, they can help maintain their dental health and potentially avoid thousands of dollars per year in costly treatment" That's assuming people can afford preventive dental care, which has also increased in price and isn't covered by Medicare. What % of employers in the US provide good quality dental insurance (and pay the entire premium, no large deductible, etc)?

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