Dentalist Dentista Costa is retiring at age 82
Dentista Cerca has been a dentist for more than 50 years and has had many different roles.
Costa is the president of the dental union in Los Angeles and a vocal opponent of the City Council’s anti-dentist ordinance.
He is also a supporter of Proposition 35, which would legalize dental amalgam in the state of California.
Costa was asked about Proposition 35 during an interview with the Sacramento Bee.
Costa said he believes that Prop 35 would be a good way to help patients in a difficult time.
“We have a population that has been through a lot of pain and suffering, and I think it would be good for the people to be able to have a dental procedure,” he said.
Costa also said that he believes in providing care to the underserved communities in the area.
“That’s something that’s very much my heart, because that’s what I love to do,” he added.
Costa’s retirement is just one of many reasons why the dental labor union has decided to retire Costa’s name.
Costa served as president of its Local 1023 in Los Angeles from 1987 until 2004.
Costa and other members were among the first to endorse Proposition 35 in 2004.
Since then, Costa has become a vocal supporter of the bill.
Costa told the Sacramento Times that Prop 65 was passed in the Assembly because of his opposition to the bill and the impact it would have on the people of the city of Los Angeles.
Costa, who has had dental work in L.A. for over 50 years, said that when he first became a dentist, he felt that he was a little bit out of touch with the rest of the world.
“It was a difficult transition, but I am very proud to say that my patients are very appreciative of the care I provide,” Costa said.
The LA Times reached out to Costa for comment, but did not receive a response by press time.
Costa has also been an advocate for the Black Lives Matter movement, and was among those who attended a Black Lives Matters rally in downtown Los Angeles in October.