Economics of investing in dental health


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THE aversion to seeing a dentist is shared by many individuals. Most complain about the unsettling sound and smell of the dental clinic or fear the treatments.

But these factors only paint part of the picture. Unspoken reasons, notably the rising cost of dental treatment in the private sector and prolonged waiting periods in government clinics, contribute further to people’s reluctance to seek dental care.

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