Which is better: A good place to work or a good place for you to die?
The debate rages on.
If you are willing to commit to a career as a dentist, you can get a good job and a good home.
If not, you have to do something else, like live in a tent, spend more time with your family or find a job you love.
The debate also rages over the size of a dental practice.
Are there really a need for a $50,000-a-year, 5,000 square foot, five-bedroom, one-and-a half-bathroom dental office with a dentist that is a doctor?
Are we better off building new dental offices that are smaller?
The debate has raged since at least 2000, when Congress passed the Dental Hygiene Act, which required hospitals and dental clinics to report the size and type of facilities they had and the type of patients they treated.
Hospitals and clinics were required to submit their information to the National Registry of Accreditation of Dental Facilities, which was supposed to become a database that could be used to monitor the health and safety of dental care.
But the registry wasn’t able to be maintained, and the DHA was delayed.
Congress passed a new law in 2003 that created a new registry, called the DBA Registry, which has now been updated several times.
It is still in development.
It also requires the registry to collect and report information on how many people visit the hospitals or clinics, how many visits are required, and how often.
That information is supposed to be used by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), which is supposed in theory to make the dental industry safer.
But that process has been bogged down in lawsuits.
The agency has been ordered to submit new reports to CMS on its own and the registry hasn’t yet been updated to reflect that, so CMS doesn’t have that information.
A new report is supposed by the DPA to come out by February of this year, but the DWA hasn’t gotten it yet, so the registry will have to wait until that time.
The problem is that CMS has been working on that report for years.
And even then, there is no data on how well it works, since CMS hasn’t submitted that report.
The DBA has been a huge success for many dental practitioners, especially for those who work in large facilities and have large patient populations, such as dentists, dentists assistants, and nurse practitioners.
But it has also created challenges for dentists who are not so large and don’t have the expertise to care for large populations.
And that is what led the DGA to ask the government for more information about how well the DDA Registry works, how the registry is set up and maintained, how it is managed.
The government responded by sending an inspector general’s report to the DMA.
The inspector general, Robert Dreyfuss, said the DFA Registry was a success.
The IG report, however, said there are problems with how it works.
“The registry has been subject to significant delays, and it is not yet clear how the DTA Registry will address these challenges,” the IG wrote.
The registry was supposed, according to the inspector general report, to be up and running by mid-February of this decade.
But by May, the DSA had not yet been approved for implementation and the federal government was still waiting on the registry’s registration.
So the DOA is still struggling to get the registry up and operating, Drey, the IG, wrote in his report.
And as the DLAH continues to grapple with its problems, the debate has become more contentious, especially with respect to the need for more dental work in the workplace.
The current debate, which began in the summer of 2018, has become a heated one, with both sides pointing fingers at the other.
Dentists have a long history of supporting the DAA, and dental surgeons have been particularly vocal in their support of the DRAH, because it provides a way for dentistry to be more accountable and to be recognized in the workforce.
The dentist’s association and the American Dental Association also have been critical of the new registry.
Both groups have opposed a DBA plan that would require dentists to have a medical background and to pass a background check before getting a license.
Dentistry is the third largest occupation in the U.S. after dentistry and medicine, according a 2016 report from the American Academy of Orthodontics.
And a 2016 study by the National Council of State Boards of Dentistry found that in 2019, dentistry was the fourth most popular occupation in dentistry, behind nursing and social work.
The latest study also found that dentistry represented 7 percent of all occupations in the United States.
The dental association also opposed the DDLH, but that is another story.
There have been some recent attempts to get DDAH approved, such to expand its scope.
In February, the Senate passed a bill by Sen