The divide between rich and poor in this country may be a sharp line between those who can care for their teeth and those who can’t. Thirty-five percent of American adults don’t have dental insurance, and even those who do may only be able to afford cleanings, and little else. The Washington Post visits a free dental clinic on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, which for two days provided over a million dollars in free care to those who couldn’t afford it.
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