Maine governor enacts new requirement for dental plans

06/9/2010 | Worldental.org

Recently signed legislation in Maine requires dental plans to begin children's coverage from the time they are born. If children do not see a dentist until they are between the ages of 2 and 4, they can already have "significant tooth decay that could be avoided by seeing a dentist as soon as their first teeth appear," said the lawmaker who sponsored the bill.

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