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ADA, tripartite unite to support affected dentists

Sandy aftermath recounted
ADA News, November 19, 2012

Talking about it doesn't do it justice.

Talking about having no power, seeing flooded homes and businesses, and not being able to practice doesn't come close to capturing what it's like to live it.

Living it means not being able to sleep in your own bed or take a hot shower in your home. It means taking stock of your belongings and seeing the objects that encompassed your life destroyed. It's waiting hours and hours for gas, sometimes to realize there's none left.