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JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Most veterans do not get dental care through the Veterans Administration unless they’re 100% disabled, have a service-related mouth injury or were a prisoner of war.
WLBT-TV reports the MouthMobile is a fully-equipped dental office on wheels, now with an additional service of free oral cancer screening with OralID.
On Sept. 20, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Capitol building, the MouthMobile will provide free dental care to local veterans as part of its 18-stop, cross-country tour this fall.
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@dermotbryers @AyoCaesar Free health and dental care? A family of 4 would be housed, given £600 a month. Better tha… https://t.co/53v4U883UH
RT @FillionShirley: #DemDebate No one mentioned medicare is not "free". I am retired and for myself alone I pay over $100 a month for medi…
Tonight at 7pm "COVID-19: Oral healthcare in care homes". This will be valuable to any dental registrant with a pro… https://t.co/8GqofKAjjz
RT @Pslavi: @stale_bread @langejanne The health care side of things is just sad about the US. Here in Australia it's considered free but th…
@stale_bread @langejanne The health care side of things is just sad about the US. Here in Australia it's considered… https://t.co/opUltEK9Yg