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‘Can Be Pretty Scary:’ MATC Students Provide Care To Clients With Disabilities Amid Statewide Shortage

October 22, 2019
by FOX 6 NOW


The president of the Wisconsin Dental Association said there is a major shortage of dentists in the state who can treat patients with disabilities. An MATC program is helping to expand access to dental care.

Ambrosia Camargo is studying to be a dental hygienist at MATC. The lesson on Monday, Oct. 21 involved a bit more explaining.

MATC dental hygiene students gave free exams to people at the Milwaukee Center for Independence (MCFI). For them, there are a lot of things at the dentist that can be overwhelming.

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