Senator calls for better funded oral healthcare
SYDNEY, Australia: According to a government report, Australians aged 15 and over have an average of 12.8 decayed, missing or filled teeth. In a recent call to action to combat this and other oral health-related issues, South Australian Senator Stirling Griff has challenged the government to provide more Medicare-funded dental care for all children, pensioners and welfare recipients. The Australian Dental Association (ADA) has applauded Griff for his actions.
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