Don’t let at-home dental care slide

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Tara Paluska
 |  Special to the Register-Guard


We’re juggling a lot these days. In addition to our usual responsibilities, we are taking precautions to avoid the coronavirus, and our additional effort and stress may mean that some of our home health care routines have slipped. It’s understandable, and it won’t take much to get back into a good routine.

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