Teeth’s time has come, says Grattan

Budget 2015: closeup of mouth and dental mirror
The Grattan Institute has recommended a Medicare-style universal insurance scheme for primary dental care, in a move welcomed by health stakeholders Stephen Duckett, Matt Cowgill and Hal Swerissen write that a universal scheme, which would cost an extra $5.6 billion a year, could be paid for by a rise in the Medicare levy. It should

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