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ERIC Number: ED032975
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Mar-21
Pages: 7
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Dental Health in Rural Areas.
Howell, Charles S.
The concentration of dental health services in urban areas creates a problem for the rural population of America. The problem is analyzed in this document by looking at the population distribution today and the ratio of dental services per population, the location of dental education resources, and the concern of society for the quality of living. Five objectives regarding dental health needs are discussed. Resources are identified which can help meet the objectives. It is concluded that the need for dental health is a national problem that can be solved if all facets of public health services work cooperatively toward a quality life for all. (DB)
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Note: Paper presented at the National Conference on Rural Health (22nd, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 21, 1969)