Documents the activities of the American Fund for Dental Health and The RAND Corporation during the first year of field activities in the National Preventive Dentistry Demonstration Program. It discusses the background for this study, its purposes, dental examination and treatment procedures, and initial findings. It also describes some of the unique features of each of the program's ten sites.
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