Posts Tagged ‘Denturists’

Corporate abuse by Super Pac ADA

December 27, 2013

Corporate abuse by Super Pac ADA: suppressing and keeping competition away, working against ADA’s own nonprofit vision and mission statement.

The American Dental Association and its state dental constituents have too much federal and state lobbying power over our right to make our own oral healthcare choices. ADA lobbyist, limit transparency by federal and state government agencies; encouraging the agencies from recognizing and reporting statistics regarding the denturist profession.

Freedom of Choice

You know people I’m really tired of the American Dental Association thinking it’s in control of our dental and oral healthcare choices. We need more choices. We don’t need ADA and its state dental constituents, both state dental associations and state dental boards limiting our choices. Please consider this open letter to corporate ADA.

Corporate ADA! WE THE PEOPLE can decide what is best in meeting our oral healthcare needs. WE want the freedom to decide. The American Dental Association and its state dental constituents need to stick to dental research and policing its own members. Quit taking our freedom of choice away. Your greed is hurting too many Americans.

Quit persecuting qualified denturists. Denturists need the freedom to serve the people of our Nation in what we’ve been trained and educated to do; providing removable oral prostheses (denture) care directly to the public for better access and affordable care.

Denturists are tired of corporate ADA shutting us down, putting us in jail, taking our equipment away because we are competitors. Americans need choices in providers for oral healthcare. We need midlevel providers such as denturists, dental health aide therapists, and dental therapists. We need the freedom to go directly to a dental hygienist for x-rays and cleanings without paying the high cost of dentists overhead.

We need the freedom to have our teeth whitened at the mall, our home, or dental office. Let us decide what is best for ourselves. Let us make our own oral healthcare decisions regarding providers. Deciding to go to the dentist office is one choice. We need more choices.

Gary W. Vollan L.D., vollan@tctwest.net  307-568-2047

State Coordinator, Wyoming State Denturist Association

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ADA and State Dental Constituents Have Too Much Power

April 17, 2012

The American Dental Association and its State Constituents has too much federal and state lobbying power over our right to make our own oral healthcare choices.

Freedom of Choice

You know people I’m really tired of the American Dental Association thinking CORP ADA is in control of our dental and oral health choices. We need more choices. We don’t need ADA and dental constituents, both associates and boards limiting our choices. Please consider this open letter to corporate ADA.

Corporate ADA! WE THE PEOPLE can decide for ourselves what is best to meet our oral health and dental needs. WE want the freedom to decide. The American Dental Association and its state constituents need to stick to dental research and policing its own members. Quit taking our freedom of choice away from us Americans. Your greed is hurting too many of us.

Quit persecuting qualified denturists. Denturists need the freedom to serve the people of our Nation in what we’ve been trained and educated in; providing removable oral prostheses (denture) care directly to the public for better access and affordable care.

Denturists are tired of corporate ADA shutting us down, putting us in jail, taking our equipment away because we are your competitor. People in America need choices in providers for oral healthcare and their dental care. We need midlevel providers such as denturists, dental health aide therapists, or dental therapists. We need the freedom to go directly to a dental hygienist for x-rays and cleanings without paying the high cost of dentists overhead.

We need the freedom to have our teeth whitened at the mall, our home, or dental office. Let us decide what is best for ourselves. Let us make our own oral healthcare decisions regarding providers. Deciding to go to the dentist office is one choice. We need more choices.

Gary W. Vollan L.D., vollan@tctwest.net 307-568-2047
State Coordinator, Wyoming State Denturist Association
http://www.wysda.org

Keeping Dental Problems Out of the Emergency Room

March 2, 2012

Keeping Dental Problems Out of the Emergency Room.

http://reforminghealth.org/2012/02/29/keeping-dental-problems-out-of-the-emergency-room/

We are in need of more community dental clinics across our nation. Corporate ADA has power and money to change the current dental care delivery system for the better if Americans would speak out against the American Dental Associations deceiving and pacifying public relations campaign for a better public image.

The American Dental Association’s lack of leadership, mismanagement, and decades of irreversible trends, some being history while others continue today; is the leading factor for unmet dental needs in our nation. These trends and policies include racial and gender discrimination, unnecessary extractions and placement of dentures as a treatment plan, mandated and excessive use of fluoride, the use of mercury in restorations and ADA policies which prevent Americans from receiving oral healthcare by suppressing qualified competitors that provide oral health services to those with disparities.

The American Dental Association works against its own vision and mission statement by suppressing competition that has been trained and educated in providing oral health care services to those that are unable to pay the high prices charged by dentist, leaving Americans without needed dental care.

The American Dental Association’s waste of time and money, spent on lobbying and ADA’s strong arm tactics against competitors such as denturists, dental health aide therapists, and independent practices of dental hygienists needs to change for better production in meeting the oral health needs of Americans.

 This wasted money could be used in further educating the professions ADA fights against in alleviating ADA’s bogus public safety concerns. Corporate ADA could take portions of the millions of dollars it uses for lobbying and fighting against its competitors and instead, send each state, grants to compensate dentists who except Medicaid recipients. The American Dental Association could provide grants for dental programs in community healthcare centers across America. This would greatly improve our Nations oral healthcare concerns and unmet dental needs.  

Gary W. Vollan L.D.        

State Coordinator, Wyoming State Denturist Association

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