Dental Programs Aim to Help Low-Income Children Only 18 percent of low-income children who qualify for Medicaid dental care actually visit a dentist in a given year. In New York, one dentist opens a full service dental clinic in a low-income Bronx public school. And in Nevada, a state lawmaker creates a program that encourages dental school students to work with low-income children. Hear Nancy Solomon.

Dental Programs Aim to Help Low-Income Children

Dental Programs Aim to Help Low-Income Children

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Only 18 percent of low-income children who qualify for Medicaid dental care actually visit a dentist in a given year. In New York, one dentist opens a full service dental clinic in a low-income Bronx public school. And in Nevada, a state lawmaker creates a program that encourages dental school students to work with low-income children. Hear Nancy Solomon.