July 17, 2020
by Windsor Star
Residents whose smiles rely on the local health unit’s dental clinic will once again have access to routine oral care following a four-month shut down of the program’s non-essential services.
Starting this week, the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit’s dental office will begin serving patients, starting with a backlog of 1,500 rescheduled appointments that were supposed to have occurred since March.
“We wanted to bring it back to offer the service to our community as soon as possible,” said medical officer of health Dr. Wajid Ahmed on Wednesday.
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