Consumer publication picks up on integration story
Medical-dental integration has officially gone mainstream, with the recent publication in the Los Angeles Times of a feature titled "When gums speak volumes" on the front page of the Health section. The article, by Times staff writer Shari Roan, notes that "heart disease, diabetes, strokes, and other conditions may be linked to oral health. Physicians and insurers are taking notice."
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