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Why the ‘big four’ of dentistry are not the big ones

The four big dentistry firms in the US are making a big dent in the health-care system, but there’s a huge gap between them.

In a world where people are seeing dentists and orthodontists, orthodists are getting paid by the hour, dentists are paying less, and dentists still charge more, the dentists who are not being paid by their colleagues are the ones left out of the big picture.

And while there are now more dental schools than dentists, the number of dentists is smaller.

The dentists working at those schools, many of whom are based in states where the health care industry is still dominated by large private insurers, face a tough time finding good jobs.

That’s why the group Doctors Without Borders has begun calling on the US government to fund and improve dental education for underserved populations, including African-Americans, children, and the elderly.

The group has been advocating for the funding of dental education since 2007, when a bill was introduced to the US Congress, but it has been slow to get to fruition.

“I don’t think the government will be able to fund all the programs we want.

That is what makes this a very difficult issue for us to address,” said Dr. Paul N. O’Connell, president and CEO of Doctors Without War, an international group of dentist, orthopedic, and other dentists that advocates for better dental care for the world’s poorest people.

“It’s hard to be a dentist without a university degree and a college degree,” he said.

“A dental school degree is not enough to provide the training and certification needed to be considered for jobs.

It’s not enough for the training required to be able go into a job as a dentist.”

The dental education funding debate, and particularly the funding offered by the federal government, has become a hot topic in the United States, and even more so in Canada.

In Canada, the government is proposing a $4 billion dentistry program for 2020 that would include $2.5 billion for dental school, $1.5 million for orthodist education, and $900 million for dental clinics.

And the federal Liberals have committed to creating 2,500 new dental clinics, a goal that’s been met.

Canada’s Liberal government has also announced a new initiative, the Canada Health Infrastructure Canada-Dentist Network, which is expected to be up and running in 2021.

However, Canada’s government has said that funding will only go to dentists.

Dentists across the country have been working tirelessly to get the funding they need.

They have been advocating, among other things, for more funding to help support dental education, as well as for dental training, in schools, in clinics, and in the community.

In February, the Canadian Medical Association voted to support the $1 billion Dentistry for Dental Access (DFA) initiative, which would see dentists receive $500 million in funding over 10 years to help them get started.

But in Canada, a dentist can earn up to $8,500 a year, which works out to $18,000 per year in a typical year.

Dentist salaries are set at a level that allows them to pay for their own dental care, so it’s hard for dentists to earn as much as their colleagues, said O’Neill.

“There are a lot of dentians that have a lower salary that are not making dentistry,” he told me.

“They’re not making the minimum wage or the minimum amount of money to afford their own education.

So it’s a little harder for them to make the necessary dentistry training to get a good education, or for dental education to be affordable for them.”

Dr. Daniel L. Miller, a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania, has written extensively about the challenges facing dentists in a world that has become increasingly disconnected from the health system.

In an interview with me, Miller said that in a highly connected world, dentistry is a crucial tool to make health care accessible and affordable.

But he added that the US healthcare system is increasingly disconnected and is in the process of turning into a “health insurance system” in which health care is treated as a “service.”

“There’s a lot more of us who are in the workforce, and we are being told to go and fill out paperwork.

There’s a lack of accountability.

There are not enough dental schools,” Miller said.

The lack of access to dental education is also driving up dental costs, Miller explained.

“In Canada, we have a system where there are more dentists than denticians,” he added.

“So in Canada there’s not going to be enough dentists coming to fill in the gaps.

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If the dentistry industry was doing well, people would have more options,” he explained.

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