Stimulus Money Hasn’t Ended Up in Dentists’ Pockets

Dentists say the economic stimulus plan hasn't helped dental practicesWhen dentists were asked if their practices had seen any changes as a result of the government’s economic stimulus efforts, only 3% said they had seen an improvement in their bottom line. For 55%, things have only gotten worse, and 42% report that they have seen no change.

Here’s a sampling of what dentists had to say:

  • “There is so much concern about taxes, inflation, etc; that patients are conserving cash and delaying treatment.” (Pediatric dentist)
  • “I will probably notice a reduction in spendable income when I get my tax bill!” (Tennessee dentist)
  • “We are in for a great many more problems until the tax structure is completely revamped.” (California dental implant dentist)
  • “I think the Stimulus Package did not jump start the economy at all and will cause the government to go further into debt.” (Ohio prosthodontist)
  • “The stimulus money goes to the banks and big businesses that got into trouble, and we the taxpayers will pay the bill.” (General dentist)
  • “Takes time, God help the American Dollar.” (California dentist)
  • “A waste of money! In fact legislation should be brought forward to stop the distribution of the remaining money!”
  • “I’m changing my name to Chrysler….” (Pennsylvania dentist)

Read more: Dentists Haven’t Been Helped by the Economic Recovery Plan

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+Jim Du Molin is a leading Internet marketing expert for dentists in North America. He has helped hundreds of doctors make more money in their practices using his proven Internet marketing techniques.


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