Deaf, disabled and elderly have to pay more for dental services
SAN JOSE, Calif.
— For years, a dental care provider in the San Jose area had to wait in line to get a dentist.
The company had a long-term contract that ran through 2024.
That meant it couldn’t charge more for patients, but the provider had to pay for the services of more dentists.
Now, the dental provider says it will be forced to charge a higher fee to keep its business.
The San Jose-based dental company, Dental Seo, said it will have to start charging higher fees to the dentists in 2018, to offset the fact that some dentists are having to close and retire.
That’s because Dental seos contract with the state to provide dental care to people with hearing and speech impairments.
But Dental said it has had trouble finding qualified dentists for the job.
The dental company is a subsidiary of a major medical equipment manufacturer, which has a contract to provide services to the state.
The dental companies contracts with the State of California, which then distributes the dental services to other states.
Dental seosteo said it had been in negotiations with the dental company since the end of November, but has not been able to come to an agreement.
Dentists in the city of San Jose are among the most underfunded in the state, according to a state audit that found that only 10 dentists, including dentists at hospitals and nursing homes, received state grants.
The state said the dentistry industry had an operating budget of $4.8 billion, but there are no details about how much of that is going to dental services.
The state audit said that state grants were intended to support the state’s dental programs, but they were often given to private contractors who did not provide any dental services, including some dentistry, dentistry and dental care, which are considered dental services by the state as part of its Medicaid program.
The audit also said that dentists were receiving less dental care than they needed.
The dentists had lower-than-average rates of dental wear and tear, the highest in the industry, and a shortage of qualified dentistry workers.
The dentists union said that the state is spending more on dental care in the area than it needs, and it’s the only place where it has a shortage.
The union is also calling for changes in state funding for the dentist industry, which is funded through a combination of state and federal taxes.
The union said the state should also require the State Dental Association to spend more on providing dental care and other health services to dentists and dental professionals.
“It’s not fair that the only dental services that they are receiving are from private companies,” said Karen Dolan, the state union president.