Flying ‘tooth ferries’ to serve rural folk’s dental needs


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  • Tuesday, 21 Jun 2011

KOTA KINABALU: Rural folk in Sabah having dental problems can expect to be attended to by their own “tooth ferries” four helicopters used to bring dental care to the villagers.

The state Health Department launched the country's first flying dental team yesterday, to complement its existing flying doctors service.

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