The dmV vaccine is one of the few medical products that can be administered by a doctor in Florida without a doctor’s visit.
It has been approved for use in all 50 states, but Florida is the only state in which it is being used by doctors and dentists.
The Florida Dental Association has spent $15 million on a pilot program to help doctors in the Sunshine State enroll their dentists, who can then deliver the vaccine to dentists without having to go to a doctor.
The Florida D.A. is working to expand the program, but has struggled to get doctors and clinics to join the program.
“The only reason that we are getting this program is because of the support that the D.D.A., the DMO, the American Dental Foundation, and others have provided us with,” said Dan Dennison, who works for the Florida DmV Advisory Council.
“This is going to help more and more dentists throughout the state, including the Dental Society of Florida, get it.”
As more dentistry doctors have been eligible to take part in the program and more of the state’s dentists are enrolling, the DmP vaccine is poised to be the first of its kind in the country.
The DmD vaccine is a single shot of the live version of the dmov virus, a virus that has been linked to the coronavirus.
Its manufacturer, Gardasil, is the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer and has been working to get the D-mov vaccine into Florida dentists’ hands.
Gardasil and its parent company, Novartis, made the dMv vaccine available in 2010.
The dMV vaccine has also been offered as a nasal spray, but that product has been rejected by dentists in other states.
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This story was updated at 6:16 p.m.
ET to include comments from the DDSAA.