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A dentist holding up a tooth in front of a computer-generated image of a row of teeth. (Photo: Eckehard Schulz/AP) (Photo: Eckehard Schulz/AP)

The worse the COVID-19 pandemic gets, the less likely Americans are going to the dentist to get routine exams and cleanings.

Executives from publicly traded U.S. life and health insurers are talking about the effects of the pandemic on U.S. oral health during conference calls with securities analysts, while going over earnings for the fourth quarter of 2020.

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