January 10, 2020
by Kenora Online
The province is providing more than $800,000 to help low-income seniors in remote communities get better dental care.
“Getting a second mobile dental office will be fantastic. We can cover more geography with it. We can see more people. Being able to able to enhance our clinics in Pickle Lake, Ignace and Dryden with better equipment will be great because we’ll be able to see more seniors and help more people,” she said.
She noted seniors, who have problems with their teeth, can sometimes isolate themselves, because they don’t want to go into the common areas to eat.
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