A comprehensive study of dental services offered through migrant health grants on the East Coast
Beltran, Sheryl Ann
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Federal Funds have been appropriated to establish health programs for migrant farm workers. Dental services may be incorporated into these programs. A survey was undertaken to establish what types of dental services were delivered to migrants in the East Coast migrant stream and to determine if the mode of delivery influenced the population on seeking dental care.The study showed that eposodic care was most prevalent regardless of mode of delivery with a tendency for greater utilization where comprehensive services were offered.
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