In the last decade, most debate and discussion on reforms related to health care have focused on Americans’ general health insurance plans and costs. And for good reason.
And though our health system is convoluted and complicated, it gets even more complex when we examine what is happening with dental care.
The intersection of hefty insurance premiums, confusing government benefits and a red tape bonanza keep many Americans from ever visiting a dentist’s office.
Even though 80% of Americans have access to dental benefits, nearly 35% of American adults didn’t visit a dentist in 2019, according to the National Association