Family dentist is leaving the island of Samoa to be closer to his family in Canada.
Dr. Mark Dutton, who serves on the board of the Family Dentistry Association, has been on the island since November.
The island is a popular destination for tourists and is also a home to some of the world’s largest and most prominent families.
The dental association said in a statement Monday that Dr. Dutton will return to the mainland for treatment.
The statement says he will spend the next several months in Vancouver with family members.
The announcement comes as the island faces an influx of families from the mainland seeking dental care.
Dr, Mark Duttons board of board of dental doctors is set to be replaced in the next two weeks by another dental board, after an agreement was reached with the U.S. government that will provide dental care to nearly 6,000 U.N. refugees in Canada, said Dr. Michael Ebert, chairman of the dental board.
“This is a critical time for the island,” Ebert said in the statement.
The U.K.-based Royal Society for Dental Research, a nonprofit organization dedicated to dental research and research in the U, estimates that about 70,000 refugees and migrants live on the islands. “
While we are hopeful that the government will extend dental care for U.NS. refugees, we have to take care of our own.”
The U.K.-based Royal Society for Dental Research, a nonprofit organization dedicated to dental research and research in the U, estimates that about 70,000 refugees and migrants live on the islands.
The organization is also conducting research on the health effects of migration and the island’s population density.
“The island’s current dental and social conditions are unsustainable for a population of approximately 30,000,” the statement says.
“We need to urgently reverse the trend of increasing rates of chronic disease among U.
Our goal is to ensure that those refugees are receiving the best care possible, so that the health of the population remains in safe and healthy condition.”