O'Malley/Brown Administration to Build on Progress
Report card comes four years after 12-year old died from untreated toothache
Department of Health & Mental Hygiene News Release
Baltimore, MD (May 24, 2011) - A national 50-state report card on children's dental health gives Maryland an 'A' grade for children's dental health and identifies the state as its top-performer in the nation. Maryland is the only state to meet or exceed seven of eight key benchmarks set by the Pew Center on the States. State officials vowed today to continue the momentum and improve access to dental care for more Maryland kids.
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