Volume 7 Issue 22_Sun Bay Paper

The Sun Bay Paper Page 25 March 11, 2022 - March 17, 2022 Local Dent ist Helps Uninsured Adul ts Dr. Andrew Frey, Dental Assistants Alex and Ali and Dental dental care exclusively to Uninsured Adults in the Fort Myers area. Our facility is very modern but still modest while using the latest technology and treatment modalities. We focus on the technology that delivers the highest quality care without all the glitz and gadgetry that increase costs. This allows us to offer lower fees to serve the people in our community. Dr. Frey grew up in Michigan and graduated from the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, which has been ranked as the top dental school in the United States for the past four years, according to the QS World University Rankings. Dr. Frey comes from a family legacy of dental providers and has moved to Southwest Florida with his wife Valerie, currently a middle school teacher. After watching the dental profession change, we felt it had to be done a different way (A Non Insured Way). Patients often remark they find our office to be a breath of fresh air in an age where profit and greed driven corporations and insurance agencies are invading every aspect of our lives including our healthcare. Here at Independent Dental Care, we treat all patients like we would our own family and friends. Dental insurance itself is a huge clerical expense for a dental office. If we worked with insurance companies we would have to hire more people just to process and reprocess claims as the insurance companies decide the best treatment for the patient. Dr. Frey said in his opinion the entire concept of dental insurance has led to today’s inflated dental fees and a climate that encourages treatment based on fees rather than needs. The insurance system is a breeding ground for greed, fraud and prejudice. We see a number of new patients each week, yet have always been able to get people in for the emergency care they may need. “We explain to our patients that we don’t cut corners on treatment, care or materials”, said Dental Assistant Alex. “We provide ourselves in treating people, not just their teeth. We love dentistry and feel great about providing excellent care driven by our desire to help others.” Many of our patients are seniors or those with a very limited healthcare policy that gives them only a few benefits and then charges more for their other needs. We offer no gimmicks just to get you in the office. We offer only modern quality dental treatment at an affordable cost. Dr. Andrew Frey, D.D.S. License Number 22529 (239) 738 - 3523. 13611 McGregor Blvd. Suite 3, Fort Myers, FL 33919 Paid Advertisement I wrote last week about the collapse of the Soviet Union as result of the strength, moral clarity and leadership of President Ronald Reagan. I quoted Reagan's observation that the ultimate battle we fight, around the world and at home, is one of good and evil. This battle never ends. Evil always seeks to advance, constantly in search of the retreat of the presence of good, as it seeks opportunities for expansion. There simply is no other way to understand the horrible realities we confront today. Russian President Vladimir Putin is an evil man. A murderer and a thief. He chose to advance his outrageous and murderous agenda because he understood that opposite him in the world stood weakness and moral relativism, not strength and moral clarity. While Putin utilizes Russia's prodigious production of oil and gas as a major weapon in his war of aggression, the Biden administration is fighting its own war against America's oil and gas industry. I wrote recently about Biden's nomination of Sarah Bloom Raskin to be vice chair for supervision at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors. Raskin is a leading voice to shut down America's oil and gas industry, which she called "a dying industry." Under President Donald Trump, America's oil and gas industry was booming. However, President Joe Biden has reversed everything. The Biden administration returned the United States to the Paris Agreement on climate change, from which Trump withdrew. Biden canceled the Keystone XL pipeline that would have delivered 830,000 barrels per day of Canadian crude oil to the United States. And the Biden administration has committed to blocking any new oil and gas development on federal lands. One of the first victims has been suspending oil and gas leasing in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Now, as Americans see prices at the gas pump skyrocketing, and as Biden and Democrats worry about the fallout of this in an election year, the Biden administration is turning hat-in-hand for supplies to socialist despot Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela, who ruined his own country and was sanctioned by Trump. Biden also is turning to Gulf producers Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to increase production. Aside from the rocky relations we now have with Saudi Arabia as the result of misguided Biden diplomacy, the Saudis and Emiratis are concerned, as The Wall Street Journal points out, about alienating the Russians, who now are a force in the Middle East. How is it that the Russians have become power brokers in the Middle East? Israeli leader and former Soviet dissident Natan Sharansky writes in The Wall Street Journal that the Russians stepped in as a force in the Middle East to fill a strategic vacuum left when the Obama administration, of which our current president was a part, chose to ignore its threat to stand against Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad's use of chemical weapons against his own citizens. Then the Obama administration followed up with its illconceived nuclear deal with Iran, which Trump pulled out of and now the Biden administration is working to renew. Iran poses a threat to Gulf oil producers such as Saudi Arabia and the UAE and also to Israel, which it threatens to destroy. Sharansky notes that after Obama's retreat, the Russians set up a military base in Syria and now broker its air space. Israel is dependent on Russian goodwill to allow them to counter Iranian aggression in Syria, a direct threat to their security. Two seats on the board of American's largest oil company, ExxonMobil, were gained last year by Wall Street climate change activists committed to transform the oil company to "clean" energy. Among Wall Street climate change activists is Larry Fink, CEO of BlackRock, the largest money manager in the world. Perhaps our president and these billionaire leftists can explain their logic to the Ukrainian citizens now being murdered by Putin. Star Parker AMorally Weak Biden Invites Putin's Advances