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Selected recipients must commit to practicing full-time, general dentistry in a designated Dental Health Professional Shortage Areas in Minnesota and are eligible for up to $200,000 of qualified loan repayment over 5 years.
2 million people, live in a dental health professional shortage area, according to data on designated Dental Health Professional shortage areas from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
This legislation extends the pilot program in which dental hygienists may work under remote supervision to provide educational and preventive dental care in Dental Health Professional Shortage areas of Lenowisco, Cumberland Plateau and Southside Health Districts until July 1, 2012.
All or portions of 78 out of 100 counties in North Carolina are listed as Dental Health Professional Shortage Areas, and four counties have no actively practicing dentists.
The New Castle practice, located in Lawrence County, is one of 39 Aspen Dental-branded locations in Pennsylvania, a state where all 67 counties have dental health professional shortage areas as designated by the U.
Department of Health and Human Services, there are 4,230 Dental Health Professional Shortage Areas with 49 million people living in them.
The Sanford office, located in Seminole County, is one of 46 Aspen Dental-branded locations in Florida, a state where 57 of the 67 counties (including Seminole) have dental health professional shortage areas as designated by the U.
In 2009, Virginia passed a law establishing an access to care pilot program, in which dental hygienists employed by the Virginia Department of Health may practice under the remote supervision of a public health dentist in three dental health professional shortage areas.