Grattan Institute calls for a universal dental scheme, which it says will cost the government $5.6bn annually

The cost of going to the dentist had become so out of reach for a Northern Territory cattle station worker that he travelled to Cambodia to have 30 years of delayed treatment attended to in three days.

Two million Australians avoid or delay going to the dentist each year because they cannot afford it, a new report from the Grattan Institute says.

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