Several groups in Kansas are pushing for the state to recognize a new mid-level dental provider called a registered dental practitioner. Supporters say the new workforce could help with dental provider shortages.
Several groups in Kansas are pushing for the state to recognize a new mid-level dental provider called a registered dental practitioner. Supporters say the new workforce could help with dental provider shortages. File photo
Several groups in Kansas are pushing for the state to recognize a new mid-level dental provider called a registered dental practitioner. Supporters say the new workforce could help with dental provider shortages. File photo

Dental practitioners could change workforce in Kansas, backers say

July 04, 2014 12:00 AM

UPDATED August 08, 2014 10:25 AM

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