Most Albertans skip dental visits because the price is too high — and they aren’t alone

Most Albertans skip dental visits because the price is too high — and they aren’t alone

Notre système de santé néglige la santé buccodentaire des adultes dépendants et les conséquences sont tragiques

Notre système de santé néglige la santé buccodentaire des adultes dépendants et les conséquences sont tragiques

Private dental care fails millions in Ontario

Private dental care fails millions in Ontario

Our health system neglects the oral health of dependent seniors with tragic consequences

Our health system neglects the oral health of dependent seniors with tragic consequences

Health reform in Ontario must include oral health

Health reform in Ontario must include oral health

The Ontario government’s proposed reform of the provincial health care system is going forward with a glaring omission: primary mouth care.

Should eye examination be a school entry requirement in Canada?

Should eye examination be a school entry requirement in Canada?

One in every six Canadian children may have a vision problem that makes it difficult to learn and to read, but only 14 percent of children under the age of six receive professional eye care.

How can we improve access to dental care in Canada?

How can we improve access to dental care in Canada?

Going to the dentist is too expensive for many Canadians. Dr. Robert Schroth explains why your dentist bill is so hefty and how we can help all Canadians have access to proper dental care.

How can we improve access to dental care in Canada?

How can we improve access to dental care in Canada?

Going to the dentist is too expensive for many Canadians. Dr. Robert Schroth explains why your dentist bill is so hefty and how we can help all Canadians have access to proper dental care.

It’s time to include dental health in the healthcare system

It’s time to include dental health in the healthcare system

There are many reasons why some Canadians choose not to go to the dentist, but a new report released this week from the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS) found that cost is a major factor — and that Canada’s most vulnerable populations have the highest rates of dental decay, pain and disease, but the worst access to this much needed healthcare service.