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​Did you know that poor oral care for older Australians is estimated to cost $750m a year?

23 October 2020

That’s why it was terrific to hear proposals in the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety today for a Seniors Dental Benefits Scheme and a transformation of current oral care for older Australians.

ADA NSW has been advocating for better oral health for older Australians, including President Dr Kathleen Matthews giving evidence to the Commission.

ADA NSW Submission: Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety

Click here to read ADA NSW’s submission and let us know your thoughts on how you feel a Seniors Dental Benefits Scheme could best be implemented.

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