Calif. program brings dental care to seniors, disabled patients

California allows registered dental hygienists to travel to elderly and disabled patients' homes and care facilities to provide dental care. About 400 hygienists in alternative practice and 17,000 hygienists in traditional practice provide dental care across the state. Other states are considering legislation to similarly expand hygienists' scope of practice.

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