When you need to know the difference between a dentist and a dentist assistant

The American Dentist Association has launched a new campaign, “We Need to Talk,” aimed at combating the idea that many dental assistants are a low-paying occupation.

The campaign, which features ads from leading dentists, is part of the organization’s “Dentist in Your Community” campaign.

The ad campaign also includes the endorsement of a new national dental education campaign by the American Dental Association.

The American D.C. Alliance for Dental Justice, which is backed by the NAACP, is the other organization involved in the campaign.

The ad campaign comes at a time when the American dental profession is experiencing a sharp decline.

In a recent survey by the National Association of Dental Hygienists, less than half of the dentists surveyed said they would recommend a job to a prospective patient.

This year, the D.A.A.’s own survey of registered dentists found that just under half of all dentists in the country were seeing fewer than 200 patients a year.

In the new campaign the association is using the recent recession to highlight the importance of continuing to provide a good service.

The ads are aimed at dentists and dental assistants across the country.

“Dental assistants are among the lowest paid workers in the profession,” said Dr. Michael E. Hines, president and CEO of the American Dentists Association.

“They are a vital part of a dental system that is working to ensure that patients are cared for safely, effectively and effectively.

They have a vital role in our health care system.

So they need to be paid well, and they need fair pay.”

The American Density Project, which tracks the number of dental students nationwide, found that more than 20 percent of dentists reported being underpaid.

This summer, the American College of Dents and Surgeons released a report showing that nearly half of dental school graduates in the United States had experienced some form of job loss in the last year. 

“As a result of the recession, many dental professionals are struggling to make ends meet, and many have lost their homes, health insurance, or other vital assets,” said Nancy Buehler, president of the Dental Federation of America.

“These workers have not been paid fairly for years, and the dental profession needs to do a better job of making sure they are compensated fairly for their services.”

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