Why is this dentist from Orange County getting a raise?

With no health insurance, it can be hard to find an appointment and get the care you need.

For some, this can mean a long wait in the waiting room.

For others, it means they can’t get the surgery they need at the time.

But for one dentist in Orange County, it may be worth it.

On Wednesday, the Orange County Register reported that the dental assistant who has worked with Boynton Beach for about 20 years is getting a $10,000 raise.

That’s up from $5,000 in 2013.

The pay increase came after Boynton-Boca-Dade County Executive David Chacon agreed to help pay for dental care for several workers at the county’s dental office.

In return, the county has agreed to pay the assistant an extra $5 million to $10 million in future dental care costs.