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    Jenny Haines

    Lawyers do pro bono work for their clients. Why not dentists?
    The situation in public dentistry is scandalous. I worked on a nurse phone triage line for two years. We had many calls from people in dental pain, some who had been in pain for many months, and living on pureed food or liquids. How can dentists sleep at night knowing that their unaffordable services (and their poor practitioners) are leaving people in these situations? Bring on universal access to public dentistry! But unfortuately, I can’t see it happening in this term of the Rudd Government. Maybe if they get a second term? Don’t think universal access to public dentistry registers on the Liberal Coalition radar.

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