Dental care for poor children: June Thomas reads her story Disrupting Dentistry.

Dentists Claim They Can’t Treat Poor Kids. Here’s How They Can. (Audio.)

Dentists Claim They Can’t Treat Poor Kids. Here’s How They Can. (Audio.)

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Jan. 7 2015 3:15 PM
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Slate Voice: “Disrupting Dentistry”

Listen to Slate’s June Thomas read her story on access to dental care.

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This story is part of a special Slate Plus feature package on June Thomas’ long-form reported story “Disrupting Dentistry.” Be sure to check out the other Slate Plus exclusives related to this story, including a behind-the-scenes conversation between writer June Thomas and editor Laura Helmuth and an inside look at Thomas’ longtime interest in dentistry.

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