Many Conn. seniors go without needed dental care

09/18/2013 | Advocate (Stamford, Conn.), The

High proportions of senior citizens in Connecticut at long-term care facilities or who receive federally subsidized meals have unmet dental needs, a state Department of Public Health survey found. Many lack dental insurance, but they will be eligible to buy dental plans when the state's insurance marketplace opens Oct. 1, noted Linda Ferraro, dental director at the health department.

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