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ADA says it looks forward to working with The Greens on oral health

The Australian Dental Association has congratulated The Greens for including oral health in their 'balance of power' shortlist in the event of a minority party parliament.

The nation’s dentists have asked the main parties to address older Aussies’ oral health

With one-quarter of people aged over 65 living with complete tooth loss and more than 65 per cent of them reporting difficulty eating, as election day nears, the ADA is calling for better commitments to oral care within the nation’s aged care facilities.

ADA admires Greens dental plan, but says first step should be to address elders’ oral health

The Australian Dental Association has congratulated the Greens for addressing the seismic inadequacy in our dental health system, but it says that Adam Bandt's dental pitch which will cost $8bn a year or $77bn over a decade to provide Medicare-funded dental services, will be a challenge for any government to implement.

ADA offers up pre-election solutions to fix a broken dental system

The Australian Dental Association says the election presents a golden opportunity to remedy the enormous mess that is the nation’s dental system.

Budget reveals Govt places no importance on Australians’ oral health: ADA

The nation's oral health has yet again shown to be of no importance to the Morrison Government, with scant mention of it made in last night's 2022 pre-election Budget, according to the Australian Dental Association.

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