Report: Children with disabilities lack dental care

03/7/2013 | DrBicuspid.com (free registration)

Oral disease is more prevalent among children with developmental disabilities than in the general population, according to a report published in Pediatrics. Reasons include oral aversions and high-sugar medications. These children also face barriers to dental care, such as lack of dental insurance and problems in finding dentists that take Medicaid patients, the report said.

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