THURSDAY, Sept. 7, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Nobody loves a trip to the dentist, but for many middle-aged Americans even basic dental care is now financially out of reach, a new poll finds.

In fact, 28 percent don’t have dental insurance, while 56 percent don’t get dental care except for serious dental problems, researchers said.

Even more troubling is that 51 percent of people surveyed said they didn’t know how they will get dental insurance after they turn 65, said lead researcher Erica…

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