Enough fiction

May 1, 1998
Why publish an article by Dr. Rosen reiterating the rebirth of private care when we all know that managed care is here for awhile. Managed care in dentistry directly resulted from the excesses in medical care. When managed care bloomed in medicine, insurance companies felt we were easy prey and they were right. There are too many dentists.

Why publish an article by Dr. Rosen reiterating the rebirth of private care when we all know that managed care is here for awhile. Managed care in dentistry directly resulted from the excesses in medical care. When managed care bloomed in medicine, insurance companies felt we were easy prey and they were right. There are too many dentists.

Secondly, how wonderful is it to hear of a colleague who is blessed with a practice where one works 10-12 days per month, treats average-income patients, does not advertise and produces an income double the income of the average dentists. Enough fiction, enough said. Do your readership a service and publish more worthy and informative articles.

Kenneth Tobin, DMD

Union City, NJ

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