In a recent article, Fox News reported that emergency dental services are a hot topic among dentists and emergency medical technicians, who say that the lack of access to dental care can be devastating for patients.
According to the article, there are currently approximately 5.2 million people without access to emergency dental treatment, according to the American Dental Association.
The dental professionals say that people often do not have insurance, which can put a patient at risk for serious complications.
One of the main reasons they believe that there are a lot of people who are not covered is the lack, or under-utilization, of dental insurance.
According a survey of more than 3,000 people, 75 percent of those surveyed said that their dental insurance provider did not cover dental care.
In addition, the dental insurance companies don’t cover dental exams, which are typically needed for emergency dental work.
The problem is not limited to the United States.
According the American Academy of Pediatrics, the lack and under-use of dental care has resulted in the deaths of more children in the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates than in the U.S. The report said that more than 40 percent of American children who were born between 1990 and 2004 are still without dental care, and that there have been a number of cases of children with congenital heart defects, like congenital hypoplasia.
According also to the report, children with a congenital disease have the highest rates of dental problems, and the lack or underutilization of dental coverage can cause a number issues, including infection and infections, according the American Association of Pediatrics.
Fox News also reported that the dental industry has been working to get the problem addressed, with the American Hospital Association and the American Medical Association signing a joint statement that stated that dentists must make dental care available to the public.