The Affordable Care Act is a huge issue for many residents of New Jersey.
They’re forced to choose between going to a doctor who may not care about them or getting a dental care that’s unaffordable.
The Associated Press asked residents of the Garden State, which has the second-highest rate of dental decay among the 50 states, to choose their dentists on a list that included a list with 50 states.
They got a mixed bag of choices.
The New Jersey Dental Association had a list and recommended Dr. Michael K. O’Malley, of New Brunswick, a licensed dental hygienist.
The New Jersey State Board of Dentistry recommended Drs.
Michael P. Krantz and John D. Othman.
The Garden State’s top-ranked dentist, Dr. Kramlich, is a former member of the board of the American Dental Institute, a medical association, and a professor of medicine at the University of New Mexico.
He has been on the board since 2000 and the board has appointed him to three times.
His specialty is oral surgery.
He declined to be interviewed by AP, but in a letter sent to residents, he said he was “aware of the public health issues” and was committed to “promoting dental health for New Jersey residents.”
Kramlich said in a statement he is grateful for the opportunity to work with the AP to “provide the health care community with the best care possible for New York residents.”
O’Malley said he doesn’t believe in the government taking over the dental care business.
He said he is an independent, practicing dentist who works under the supervision of the Dental Board of New York.
The Dental Service Board of Dental Surgeons, the body that regulates dental practices in New York, has said it does not endorse the board’s recommendations.
O’Neill said he thinks most people know the board members and don’t know them well enough to make a good impression on the dental profession.
“You could be surprised by the number of people who come in and have no idea that they’re doing this,” he said.
The AP asked the DDS for the full list of the top 25 dentists in the state and the DMD for the top 10 dentists and dental hygenicians.
The AP did not get a list.
The DDS also said that the top three dentists were all registered with the state.
The board also listed several other dentists, including a registered nurse practitioner, an optometrist, a social worker and a family physician.