89%
Yes
11%
No
88%
Yes
11%
No
1%
Yes, but only for children and senior citizens

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 @4XC6S94from Queensland answered…4yrs4Y

 @4VX9G3Dfrom Queensland answered…4yrs4Y

Why should we fund laziness? Dental hygiene is a choice, just like taking a shower

 @4T7QBXQfrom Victoria answered…4yrs4Y

Yes, but only in cases of birth or genetic defects, not in cases of rot from poor self-care.

 @4WRQK9Rfrom Western Australia answered…4yrs4Y

I thought fluoridating our water aimed at this, however, high sugar diets and childhood consumption of too much sugary drinks have reversed preventative dental care. Tax the sugary drinks.

 @4WDTFMZfrom New South Wales answered…4yrs4Y

People only need dental care because of western processed diet. Flouride and fillings are so bad for you

 @8KBY4TSanswered…4yrs4Y

Yes but only basic otherwise people will grow lazy on brushing/flossing/taking care of their teeth.

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