If one out three Americans have no dental insurance, what are we going to do to change this situation?

Question by daibato: If one out three Americans have no dental insurance, what are we going to do to change this situation?
Yes, folks, this includes Republicans and Conservatives going without dental insurance.

It means that 100 million out of 300 million Americans have no dental insurance, according to the American Dental Association.
None of the first four answers have addressed the problem that one out of three Americans can’t AFFORD dental insurance of any kind. This is the problem; Americans are unconscious when it comes to questions like this. They don’t get it: we’re in big, big trouble here, folks.

Best answer:

Answer by credible_bulk
What are we going to do? What are you going to do?

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What do I need to do to become a practising Dental Assistant 1 in North Carolina?

Question by Tbozz7: What do I need to do to become a practising Dental Assistant 1 in North Carolina?
Does the school need to be accredited by the American Dental Association?

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Answer by PenPress
No, not necessarily, but the prospect for a job and the opportunities will be higher if the school is accredited by ADA.

The following article will be helpful in the future :

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/907073/interview_for_a_dental_assistant_position.html?cat=31

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