Monday, December 30, 2013
Corporate Abuse by Super Pac ADA: Freedom of Choice?
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., firstname.lastname@example.org 307-568-2047 State Coordinator, Wyoming State Denturist Association www.wysda.org https://twitter.com/denturist2th http://www.opensecrets.org/pacs/lookup2.php?strID=C00000729