2,972,723 residents live in Washington D.c., a city of about 20 million that’s home to the White House, the Capitol and the District’s Metropolitan area.
They are one of the nation’s wealthiest cities and the largest metro area in the country, with more than 10 million people.
But that wealth has also come at a cost.
The problem with tooth decay is that it’s a chronic condition that can go untreated, with an average of 1 in 10 Americans having at least one tooth that needs fixing, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Dental professionals say that while they are trained to spot problems with the teeth, it’s difficult to do so without being a trained dentist themselves.
And the lack of education and training in the field makes it hard for them to treat and treat correctly, said Dr. William Langer, an orthodontist at Drexel University.
Langer said he sees patients with cavities that are the result of a combination of a lack of cleaning and lack of treatment.
He said that’s especially difficult in the Metropolitan area, where residents pay the highest prices for dental care.
“When you have a high cost of living, you tend to have people who are living at the margins,” he said.
“That is one of those areas that has some of the highest rates of tooth decay.
It’s really hard for us to treat people with cavits because we don’t have the resources.”
Drexel has more than 800 dental offices across the metro area, including the University of Washington Medical Center, which has the highest number of dental offices per capita.
In Washington, there are about 3,000 dental offices, according the Office of the Dental Surgeon.
But the number of people who have had to see their dentist is far higher in the suburbs of the city, which have less affordable housing and more people living on the streets.
Dr. Mark Cote, who chairs the Department of Dental Surgery at the University Medical Center in Philadelphia, said that the lack, even in areas where people have to live on the street, of a dental clinic or dentist can lead to higher rates of cavities.
“The dental profession does not have the training to diagnose, treat and remove cavities,” he told NBC News.
“If we don.t have that training, we have a lot of cavits in our community.”
Dr. Langer said that in Washington, D.comparable to other cities, people are being forced to pay higher prices to have their teeth fixed.
“Dental care is expensive in Washington because we have the highest cost of tooth care in the nation,” he explained.
“But there are some other places where we don”t have a dental team, and that is in the Washington suburbs.
“He added that it can be costly to treat a tooth if a patient has not been properly trained.”
You can see that a lot in the dental community,” he added.”
They have not trained the people who do the dental work, and they have not done enough education in terms of the proper care of teeth.
“Langer also said that people living in the more expensive suburbs are not able to afford to visit their dentist.”
We know that when people are living in neighborhoods that are more expensive than the Washington, we see a very high incidence of cavitations, but also a very low rate of treatment,” he noted.”
There’s no dentists in the D.U.C., and it’s really a case of, if you don’t live in the district, you don”T have access to a dentist.”