Relationship of dental practitioners to rural primary care networks
Abstract still to be added; Residents of rural and remote communities have poorer oral health and less access to oral health services than people living in major cities. The populations of many rural and remote centres are not large enough to support a resident dentist and, in the absence of community oral health services, rural residents may present to non-dental primary care providers with oral health problems. The aim of this study was to describe strategies that can be used by primary care practitioners to improve...[Show more]
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