The Trump administration is expected to release the new rules for the nation’s health care industry Monday, as part of an ongoing effort to improve the quality of care in the nation, as well as to expand coverage of health care for millions of people.
The changes, which will be published on the federal government’s website, will likely help the health insurance industry and dentists, as the new regulations are expected to significantly reduce the costs for many providers of dental care.
At the same time, the new administration is pushing for more affordable coverage for many people.
The new rules will likely reduce the number of people insured through Medicare and Medicaid.
As it stands now, if you go to the dentist, you get a prescription.
The doctor gives it to you, and you go get your tooth cleaned, and then you go back to your home to do your dentures.
But with the new regulation, you will be able to get your teeth cleaned at home.
And you will get a check, or you will have a doctor who will look into your teeth and give you the check.
If you have a preexisting condition, that will go away.
And if you have dental problems, you can get a root canal or a fillings procedure, as long as they are in the same state, state or county.
And if you do have a chronic disease, like a cancer, you would be able for that to go away, too.
So we’re going to have a really good start in the first 100 days, but we’ll be able see how it goes for the next year.
The rules are expected in the weeks after the president leaves office, and they will likely be rolled out in phases.
The dental industry has already been on edge since the rules were released in January.
In a statement Monday, the American Dental Association said the changes “will help consumers by ensuring that they get the care they need and deserve when they need it, without additional barriers to care.”
The association also said the rules are needed because many people cannot afford dental care, and there is no universal coverage for dental care in some states.
More:The Dental Federation of America called the regulations a victory for consumers and for the American people.