Study shows large gaps in access to oral health care for poorest Californians

Study shows large gaps in access to oral health care for poorest Californians
A new policy brief from the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research shows that low-income California adults are less likely to receive timely dental care like regular checkups and are more likely to visit the dentist for specific problems than those with higher incomes—a fact that holds true even for low-income residents who have dental insurance.