Dental insurer United Concordia Companies Inc. has provided
more than $100,000 of free dental care through its community-outreach program during
the first quarter of 2009, according to the Susquehanna Township-based company.
The company has sponsored three clinics in the Harrisburg area this year, said spokesman
Leilyn Perri. It plans to add at least a dozen more across the country in 2009,
including locations in York and Lancaster
counties, he said.
provide a range of dental-health services, including screenings, fluoride
treatments, sealants, cleanings, X-rays and fillings.
“The tough economic climate has made it even more difficult for the uninsured
community to seek the proper dental treatment,” said Harlon Robinson, United
Concordia’s vice president of human resources and administration, in a
United Concordia is a subsidiary of Pittsburgh-based
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