Listen: Alaska, Arizona, Arctic Ocean discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Patients. Great for AirAsia dental companies Donald suppliers, but it's not gonna be great for dental wages when I hear thirty two years. And eighty seven there were no dental schools or wasn't fluoride in the water. And then some idiot put Florida in the water name me with Jack del Berg, and and then they built two dental schools. And now this Doug Ducey thing my gosh, it's just gonna be while the how many I mean look out great, the weather is down here. How many dentists up there in north and South Dakota Minnesota, Montana, Idaho. Maine who just sit there and twenty below zero. And they're seeing us down here on green Gulf courses says, wow, they take my dental license. I mean, this could be an avalanche of dentist to Zona. Do you think? So or not. I saw this morning. So in the Portland insult peeps group. There was a post of that same ad are that same article. And it said something like working from Amana work in Arizona in the winter in Portland in the summer, you know, for most from a hygienist perspective county would travel down. There me true. Like right now, I mean up here in the northwest. You know, so my wife, she has her child psychiatry agree, and she's therapist, and it's so prevalent that that there's, you know, depression, happened when it's rainy and cloudy all the time. And so people are always wanting to kind of go south for the winter. But if you can go south, and you can work down there. Any it's gonna open up a lot of people to come down. But to your point will that supply and demand will that influx of that many clinicians whether docs without drive the wages down. But hopefully, it'll be able to hopefully, not drive the wages down. It'll open up more days in more access. Hopefully, it's it is just going to be huge. What he did? And I I can't tell you how many of my friends. I would I'm the opposite. I I wanna learn how to practice dentistry in Phoenix in the winter. I mean and the winter, and then in some are Alaska, I mean, I I would love to go to in. Oh my gosh. Keanae peninsula, the Sam how fishing and Homer hell, I even drove one day all the way past Denali. I drove to Prudhoe bay. I drove the access road. It's not even they don't even have a highway from Fairbanks to. Bay. But I was sitting there eating at a restaurant with my dad, and my brother, and I said, I really want to drive up there, and they go there's no roads there's a big road over there. And they said, well, that's British Petroleum access pipeline road, and that's private property and see legal. And I said, yeah, I know all that. But how often do you see cops arresting tourists from Arizona driving that road? And the guy said to me goes, truthfully. I I haven't even seen a cop in three months. So we just drove it. I mean, it was it was just amazing. But but yeah, the supply. What you just said the metaphor for your probably life, right? That you just go down, whatever roads, and you're gonna kinda create your own path. Right. Oh, yeah. We got all the way to the Arctic Ocean. I was so excited be able to see the Arctic Ocean frozen over all the big look like snowfield. But yeah, I think Arizona is gonna have so many say it's going to be great for the patient, and it's gonna be great. If you're a dentist like me who wants a higher associate. But it's gonna put a lot of downward pressures on the associates earnings, and that might finally drive into or evenings and weekends is what the government wants. Because when they study healthcare. The first thing everybody talks about affordability. It's also available in access and in Arizona, eight percent of all medical room emergencies or road onto Jenkin origin because the damn dentist is unlisted the offices closed, and if it's seven o'clock at night, and you have a stammering. Toothache you have to go to emergency room. And it was like that way in Australia. The first several times would down there, then they went from ten thousand."