Posted September 27, 2018 04:19:17It’s time for the Woodgroves to get out of Los Angeles, because there’s no need to be here anymore.
The family dental practice, which opened in 2018 in the historic downtown district of downtown Los Angeles and is now closed, announced in January that it would be closing the dental office and all its other dental facilities.
Woodgrove has a long history of performing high-quality, high-priced dental work, but the practice has struggled to find enough staff and patients to stay open and operate.
The Woodgrooves, who have operated the practice in downtown Los Angles since 1999, are closing the practice because they don’t have the space to operate and because they can no longer afford to pay the bills, said Dr. Brian Woodgroe, a family dentist who is the principal physician of the Los Angeles Dental School.
“We are not a large, wealthy business, so we are going to have to close the dental practice to save the money to operate,” Woodgroae said.
The closure means that patients will be unable to see their family dentist or to schedule appointments.
Woodroes dental practice is located on the second floor of the L.A. Public Library, which has been transformed into a dining hall with a restaurant and lounge.
The practice, however, will continue to be open for patients, said L.L.A.’s Public Health Director Dr. Loni Love.
Dental offices are closed in cities such as Atlanta, Atlanta, Chicago, Cincinnati, Detroit, Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Miami, Minneapolis, New Orleans, New York City, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis and Tampa.
The Los Angeles County Health Department, which runs the health department, said in a statement that the closure of dental offices is a direct result of the closure and reduction of community dental services.
The city has had several community dental closures in recent years.
The Dental Board of Los Angls approved in December 2018 a plan to close about half of its community dental programs and replace them with community health centers.
In 2017, Los Angeles passed a law that required all community health center patients to have access to a dentist within 48 hours of being seen.
The law is due to take effect in January 2019.
Los Angeles is the sixth largest city in the United States with an estimated population of about 3.3 million.
The city has a population of more than 30 million, according to the 2010 U.S. Census.