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Ontario Dental Association Calls on Province to Fix Existing Dental Programs, Before Launching Any New Ones

May 25, 2022
by CBC


All three of Ontario’s main parties are promising to provide dental care to more people should they form government after the election, but the president of the Ontario Dental Association (ODA) said the province should fix its existing dental programs before launching any new dental care initiatives.

PC Leader Doug Ford said his party will pump $90 million dollars into dental. That’s in addition to a free dental care program for low-income seniors that his government introduced.

Liberal Leader Steven Del Duca said dental care is part of his party’s proposal to offer “portable benefits” to people who don’t have coverage through their jobs.

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1 Comment » for Ontario Dental Association Calls on Province to Fix Existing Dental Programs, Before Launching Any New Ones
  1. PRUSIN DR WILLIAM S says:

    Fee schedules for welfare already way underfunded

    Don’t cover expenses

    Do not set up new government clinics when dentistry already has expensive offices

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