Dental care should be a right, not a privilege
“Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane.” (Martin Luther King).
Brandon Doucet on the need for universal access to dental care. Communities where people work low wage jobs and racialized communities are more likely to struggle accessing dental care. With the current economic recession, many working class people who used to access dental care will no longer be able to. When the pain gets too much to handle, people will be forced to use their credit card to pay for it.