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Of the nearly $24 million payment, about $14.2 million will go to the federal government and about $9.7 million to the states, according to the DOJ statement. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A dental management company and more than 130 of its affiliates in 17 states have agreed to pay $23.9 million plus interest to settle civil charges that they fraudulently billed the government for medically unnecessary dental services performed on children, the U.S. Department of Justice announced.

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