Editorial: Use health law to quarrel tooth spoil in kids

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Jul 25 2013

Tooth spoil is a many common ongoing health problem in children, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. More than a entertain of kids have spoil in their baby teeth by a time they enter kindergarten. Nearly 68 percent of teenagers 16 to 19 have spoil in their permanent teeth.

The Affordable Care Act provides an event to urge children’s entrance to dental caring starting in Jan 2014 – if a California state health exchange, called Covered California, does things right.

Currently, a immeasurable infancy of families who get word by their employer are offering dental coverage apart from their medical coverage possibly in a “stand-alone” dental devise or in a “bundled” devise where an subordinate dental devise is combined to a medical plan.

The Affordable Care Act creates children’s dental coverage one of 10 “essential health benefits,” providing a event to offer a wider operation of choices, including “embedded” plans

Article source: http://www.sacbee.com/2013/07/25/5593759/use-health-law-to-fight-tooth.html

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