Expanding accessibility to dental care is superior for Mainers and the financial system

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It is grow to be a perennial difficulty in Maine: Lawmakers introduce laws to increase health insurance, each general public and personal, to go over dental treatment. This 12 months is no diverse with 3 these bills pending in Augusta.

Two of the charges, such as bipartisan legislation sponsored by House Speaker Ryan Fecteau, would incorporate preventive, diagnostic and restorative dental services to the state’s health plan for reduced-income citizens named MaineCare.