What to know about the dentist at the hospital that’s in a war with the government
The United States is embroiled in a bitter war with Canada over who has the right to prescribe the country’s dental care.
The United States and Canada are locked in a tit-for-tat battle over who gets the final say on the safety of the nation’s dental services.
The two countries have been battling over how best to prevent the spread of dangerous coronavirus and what’s the best way to protect the public from dental-related illnesses, including infections.
A Canadian government spokesperson said the United States has agreed to a $3 billion dental care program, which includes a new $500 million grant program for dental care in the U.S. The $1 billion program will fund the construction of new dental buildings in the country.
But Canadian health authorities say the U,S.
is not going to sign onto the $1.8 billion dental health funding program.
The Canada-U.S.-Mexico border is a two-lane road where both countries have their own border crossings, and that’s where the border-crossing agreement is, according to the spokesperson for the Canadian government.
In an email, a spokesperson for U. S. President Donald Trump’s office said the agreement is not binding on the White House.