The first dental web course in Florida, a state known for its dental industry, is set to start in the state’s capital this fall.
Dentists in Florida and New York will begin enrolling this fall at three different colleges.
The first of those will be a dental school in Orlando.
The other two are the University of Florida in Gainesville and Florida Dental Academy in Orlando, which will offer dental students a two-year course.
Dental schools will also offer an optional four-year program, and the state of Florida has committed $20 million for a program for dentists.
The dental industry has been in a renaissance in recent years.
It has grown from $50 million in 2000 to $1.4 trillion in 2015, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
It is also becoming more popular for younger generations.
It was estimated that 3 million people ages 16 to 29 in Florida have dental work, with almost half of them under 30.
Florida, which had a population of 1.2 million people when the recession hit, has seen a boom in its dental profession.
In 2014, there were about 2,000 more dentists per capita than there were before the recession.
But many dentists are now working part-time, which is causing them to lose some of their jobs.
According to the Department of Health, the number of Florida dentists is up 35% in the past three years.
The dental industry is also seeing an increase in the number and cost of dental implants.
But a survey released in April 2016 by the American Dental Association said that more than 40% of Florida residents have no dental work at all, and an estimated 3 million residents have lost their jobs in the dental industry in the last three years alone.
The Dental Society of America also noted in a 2016 report that Florida’s dentists face challenges in keeping their businesses afloat.
The group said that about 1 in 3 dental practices fail to maintain dental services, which leads to a number of dental problems including infection, poor oral hygiene, and poor oral health.
The Florida Dentists Association, a statewide association of dentists, said that there is a lack of funding for dental training and education in the area.
It said that a lack and inability to fund dental programs and services has left dentists in the Florida dental workforce facing the challenge of keeping their practices afloat.
“Many dentists have left the industry because they do not have the necessary funds to maintain the dental workforce, which leaves them without the support to provide adequate dental care,” said Jim Riggs, the president of the Florida Donticians Association.