Dental services: Use, expenditures and sources of payment, 1987

Manski, Richard J.; Moeller, John F.
April 1999
Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA);Apr99, Vol. 103 Issue 4, p500
Academic Journal
Provides per capita estimates of dental care utilization, expenditures, mix of services, and sources of payment for each of several socioeconomic and demographic categories in the United States. Preventive, diagnostic, orthodontic, oral surgery, endodontic, periodontic, prosthetic and restorative services; Frequency of dental visits.


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