Your imported teeth are a battlefield as Trump takes on trade

A DENTAL mold is seen on a table during a tour of Glidewell Dental located in Newport Beach, Calif. Implants, crowns and bridges made in places like China and Mexico compose as much as 40 percent of the $8.5 billion U.S. market for dental restorations. / BLOOMBERG NEWS PHOTO/TROY HARVEY
A DENTAL mold is seen on a table during a tour of Glidewell Dental located in Newport Beach, Calif. Implants, crowns and bridges made in places like China and Mexico compose as much as 40 percent of the $8.5 billion U.S. market for dental restorations. / BLOOMBERG NEWS PHOTO/TROY HARVEY
NEW YORK - To get a feel for what’s at stake in the U.S. trade debate, run your tongue over your molars. Implants, crowns and bridges made in places like China and Mexico compose as much as 40 percent of the $8.5 billion U.S. market for dental restorations. They sell for a fraction of U.S. prices and…

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