The Indian Dental Association (IDA) has issued a notice to all the Indian dentist associations stating that there is a shortage of dentists in India and they need to be compensated by their patients.
According to the notice issued by the Dental Council of India, the shortage of dental assistants in India is due to the fact that dentists have not been trained in the new industry of orthodontics.
The Dental council of India has called for an increase in the number of dentistry assistants and has requested that the dental association be paid the compensation of the dentists.
The notice also states that there are two options for the dental associations in India, one which is a voluntary one and the other one is a mandatory one.
The voluntary dental association is called the National Association of Dental Assistants, and is an organisation that has a population of about 15,000 people.
The other voluntary association is the National Society of Dentists and Surgeons.
The National Association has been asking the Indian government to take steps to provide dental assistants to all people in the country.