- Dental SEO Analysis Launched by E-Dentists.com in Partnership with JD Media ... - PR Web (press release) - Dental SEO Analysis Launched by E-Dentists.com in Partnership with JD Media ...
PR Web (press release)
The dental SEO analysis helps clients save time and money. It is focused on new search engine optimization strategies that allow clients to get a time assessment on how long it will take to gain the visibility and new patients. As part of the service ...
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- Dental clinic opens in Pasadena for HIV, low income patients - Pasadena Sun -
U.S. News & World ReportDental clinic opens in Pasadena for HIV, low income patients
A new dental clinic that recently opened in Pasadena fills a major health care gap for those who have HIV, but lack insurance. That's because while nonprofit and public health agencies typically step in to provide anti-viral medications and other ...
Stop the Excuses! Go to the Dentist
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Aspen Dental Opens New Practice in Columbus, GA
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Festering Cavities, Missing Teeth: Desperately Needed Dentistry For Disabled
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- Former Bangor YMCA building sold to new dental technology school - Bangor Daily News - Former Bangor YMCA building sold to new dental technology school
Bangor Daily News
BANGOR, Maine — The former Bangor YMCA building has been sold to a nonprofit dental technology school, according to Penobscot County records. William Buxton, one of the founders of New England Denture Center, purchased the property on May 15, ...
- Lawmakers want to restore dental care to Medi-Cal - abc7news.com -
abc7news.comLawmakers want to restore dental care to Medi-Cal
It's all because the state of California no longer provides dental care to low-income residents on Medi-Cal. To address a budget deficit in 2009, state leaders eliminated those services. "All they do is pull teeth. So, your option is to get your teeth ...
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- Maine doesn't need new type of dental provider - Kennebec Journal - Maine doesn't need new type of dental provider
We all know that everyone should receive routine dental care, but not everyone does. People don't receive dental treatment for a number of reasons. Only when we close the gap between those in need of care and those who seek care will we begin to see ...
British Dental Association Expresses Concern Over New Immigration Health ...
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- Northwest Florida State College offers free dental X-rays - Crestview News Bulletin -
Crestview News BulletinNorthwest Florida State College offers free dental X-rays
Crestview News Bulletin
NICEVILLE — Northwest Florida State College's Dental Assisting Program will offer free dental X-rays next month. Available appointment times are 8 a.m. to 1:20 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays through ...
- Okla. Dental Association spearheads tornado relief efforts - DrBicuspid.com - Okla. Dental Association spearheads tornado relief efforts
May 24, 2013 -- The Oklahoma Dental Association (ODA) has collected more than $19,000 that will be used to help the seven dentists and seven dental students whose homes were damaged by this week's devastating tornadoes. No dentists or dental ...
- On dental technology in the first quarter - Dentistry IQ -
Dentistry IQOn dental technology in the first quarter
Their third month's report for this year implies that, while dental technology hasn't been the strongest sector, it's making a revival. "March Dental Survey – Showing Signs of Life" says that results are encouraging, and that patient volumes are ...
- Pa. dental policy in a state of decay - Lancaster Newspapers - Pa. dental policy in a state of decay
Southeast dentists often see patients without insurance who have put off treatment until they can't take the pain any longer. When they finally come in with teeth a dentist would like to save, they'll refuse higher-cost services such as root canals ...
- The bottom line: It's time to restore dental care for the poor - Los Angeles Times - The bottom line: It's time to restore dental care for the poor
Los Angeles Times
"I thought it was going to be the usual Saturday morning say hello and thank the dentists. But what I saw was appalling. People — mostly working people — waiting hours, not to have their teeth cleaned or a dental checkup, but to deal with abscesses ...