Dentists in the United States make an average of $15 million a year.
But dentists in Mexico make a lot more, with an average annual salary of $35 million, according to the Institute of Dental and Allied Sciences, an international association of dentists.
The median salary in Mexico is $39,000, the institute found.
Dentists also can make more than $150,000 annually in the U.S. But many dentists choose to stay in Mexico for financial reasons, such as a lower salary, according the institute.
Dentistry in Mexico has become a booming industry, according for the institute, which has published a list of the top 20 dental offices in the country.
A number of dental offices have opened in the past year in Mexico, including the city of Puebla, the capital of Tamaulipas, and the city-state of Guanajuato, according a study published in 2016 by the Institute for Health and Human Services of Mexico.
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Mexico, US and Canada Dentists are among the least well paid in the world, according To Health Care Quality Institute (HQI), a nonprofit health care research and education group that studies healthcare disparities.
The average dental salary in the three countries is $27,500 a year, compared with $58,000 in the US, $70,000 a year in Canada and $84,000 at the national average of US $61,000.
The most well-paid American dentist in the USA is in Colorado Springs, CO.
The American Academy of Dentistry (AAD) estimates that about 2,000 dental offices nationwide are providing dental care, and that the number of Americans who have a licensed dentist in their communities has risen from 4,000 just four years ago to more than 50,000 today.
The profession also has seen a surge in immigrants, who are making up a growing percentage of the dental workforce.
In 2015, the American Dental Association estimated that over 1 million immigrants had graduated from Dental School in the last decade.
But in the years since then, the number has declined to less than 600, according The Associated Press.
A 2015 report by the American Academy for Dentistry found that Americans were spending a greater percentage of their income on dental care than they had in the 1960s.
Dentals have become a hot spot for crime and the industry is also a magnet for gangs and other organized crime groups.
There are currently more than 400,000 registered gangs in the state of New Mexico, and there are more than 700 active criminal organizations in the Mexican state of Guerrero, according Data.com.
Dentism, which was first introduced in the early 1800s, has come under scrutiny as the profession of choice for those with dental problems and in certain regions of the United Kingdom, including London.
A recent study published by the University of Bristol in the journal PLOS ONE found that over half of dental students surveyed had had a dental issue at some point in their lives.
The study, which compared over 1,300 students to each other, also found that about half of the students reported at least one adverse event related to the practice of dentistry.
A similar study conducted by the British Dental Society in 2018 found that more than a quarter of students admitted to having a dental problem.
A 2011 study conducted in Mexico City by the Health and Education Ministry of Mexico found that one-quarter of dentist-trained dentists and more than one-third of dentifcers in the city had received an education related to dental health and the profession.
A study released by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (INAH) found that a majority of dental school graduates are not trained to provide quality care.
More than a third of dentures in the nation are vacant.
In the past three years, there have been more than 40 reported dental absences, according TOHI.
Denture students also face an increasing incidence of workplace injuries, with many dentures becoming vacant due to lack of funding.
The Institute of Public Health of the Ministry of Health in Mexico reports that nearly 70 percent of the dentures that were opened in 2018 were not staffed.
Mexico has been ranked as the worst in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) for its level of healthcare inequity.
In 2016, there were nearly 1,000 reported cases of health workers dying in Mexico.
And in 2016, the Mexican Institute of Health and Social Security reported that the rate of health worker deaths was higher than in any other country.
The number of reported workplace injuries rose by more than 100 percent between 2016 and 2017, according INAH.
Dentures have been the most frequent target of violent crime in Mexico over the last few years, according statistics obtained by the Associated Press from the Institute on Violence and Health in the