Who's Not Getting Dental Care in Ontario?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Dentists are sound the alarms about the skyrocketing costs of providing services during the pandemic, and the vulnerable patients increasingly affected by lagging government reimbursements. Weighing in on this issue are Dr. Christina Heidinger, chair of the Political Action Committee at the Ontario Dental Association; Dr. Carlos R. Quinonez, professor and director of the specialty training program in dental public health at the University of Toronto's faculty of dentistry; and Dr. Kal Khaled, president of the Ontario Alliance of Dentists.
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