When is dentistry not medicine? When insurance is involvedNo Diabetes XXL2018-05-29T02:43:56+00:00
I’m 61 years old, a San Francisco homeowner with an academic caste at the University of California-Berkeley, which provides me with exhaustive health insurance. Yet, to open the more than $50,000 in out-of-pocket expenditures required for the restorative dental effort I’ve needed in the past 20 times, I’ve had to rely on handouts — from my mom.
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