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Topic Title: Tufts Dental Facility
Created On: 04/20/2010 10:52 AM
 11/04/2015 07:03 PM

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<p>It's actually sad to read an artice like this, I hope the goverment can do something because a lot of people needs dental care.</p>
 10/29/2013 03:30 AM

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 07/07/2010 02:28 PM

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[size=white-space: pre;] [/size]I think that the closure of this dental facility is very unfortunate and will effect many people. It is too bad that there are not more facilities similar to this one at Tufts University or that private practices do not welcome everyone, but that they only take a select number of people. After reading this post, it reminded me of another article I read which should make people more aware that those with special needs are not getting the dental care they need, and rather than closing facilities such as the one mentioned above, there should be more opening up. [br][size=white-space: pre;] [/size]The article I read, discusses how those with special needs are more likely to develop oral disease than those without. The article points out that, "special diets, frequent use of medicine and lack of proper oral hygiene can make it challenging to maintain good oral health." Dental care, I think, is just as important as every other medical health, and therefore should be available for those who want it. [br][br]What do you think?[br][br][br]To read this article in full, please visit, [br]
 04/20/2010 10:52 AM

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[p]Reading [url=]this article[/url] was a bittersweet experience. I hadn't been aware of the Tufts Dental Facility, which not only accepts patients with severe disabilities but provides a staff of 25 dentists who have undergone three years of additional training in serving a mentally handicapped population. It sounds like a great resource for the disabled. Unfortunately, one of the Facility's central clinics is slated to close in June for financial reasons. Some feel that the Facility's other clinics will be able to compensate, but others aren't so optimistic.[/p][p]What do you think about the proposed closure?[/p]

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