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Dental leaders from across the U.S. will visit Sarrell Dental Center this week as part of the National Oral Health Conference taking place in Huntsville, AL.
The worldwide dental profession will gather in Athens on Monday, April 22 to visit Sarrell Dental Centers. Dental faculty from Harvard, Columbia, Penn, UCLA, among many others will visit to learn firsthand from a local company that was prominently featured on PBS Frontline in its 2012 documentary, “Dollars and Dentists.”
An Anniston-based dental clinic will be featured tonight on a nationally broadcast investigative television program about the country’s dental care system.
Dental care can be a matter of life or death. Yet more than 100 million Americans either don’t have dental insurance or simply can’t afford to see a dentist. The result? Severe pain, preventable disease, humiliation, bankruptcy and sometimes even death.
Ongoing debates in the Alabama Senate have left those in the medical community fearful that problems resulting from an under-funded Medicaid budget could affect Alabamians at all income levels in the future.
A study released today by Pew Center On The States highlights the tremendous financial burdens placed on states by the increasing use of hospital emergency rooms for preventable dental conditions.
If you want to understand the meaning of standing up for nonprofit values, look no further than the Sarrell Dental Clinics of Alabama…
Governor Bentley and a handful of other state leaders made the trip to Anniston Thursday to tour the Sarrell Dental Clinic, a nonprofit clinic that serves Medicaid patients at a per-visit cost well below the average.
One of the many rural Alabama areas in need of more dental health providers, Heflin might soon receive relief in the form of a new dental practice. But the area is still far behind in meeting standards for the dental health of its residents.