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The reality is more along the lines of Remember all the problems we have with accessing the current healthcare system? It’s gonna be that but for the dentist. ie. impossible to find a dentist to take you as a patient and ~3 months wait for root canals. It’s kind of sad Awesome St. Patrick’s Bear Will Give Dental Advice For Beer Shirt, that Canadians have timely access to… are pretty much all private (dentist, physio, chiro, optometry, plastic surgery, massage therapy, podiatry, etc (BC: milage may vary)). Finding a family Dr. in BC is a joke, so bad in fact they changed. The law so that the last walk-in clinic you visited is your de-facto F. Dr. I’m prone to kidney stones: ~2months+ to get in to see the Urologist and a ~1-2 month wait for an ultrasound.