The number of urgent care facilities in the U.S. has nearly tripled since 2010, according to the American Dental Association.

The association estimates that about 3 million Americans have had a visit to an urgent care center since 2010.

The number has grown in recent years due to an increase in the number of people needing urgent care.

But in a report published on Tuesday, the association noted that there’s no easy way to compare the number in the United States with the number abroad.

The report, titled Emergency dental care: The U.N. predicts the number will reach 7.6 million by 2020, with the most recent figures from 2016 being the highest.

In the report, the group said the U,S.

is a nation of more than 50 million people and the number is growing by an average of about 1.3 million a day.

According to the report: “The number of emergency dental clinics has increased by nearly three-quarters since 2010 to a total of more.3.7 million people currently have access to emergency dental treatment in the US, with a growing population.1.3million people currently live within a five-minute walk of an emergency dental clinic.

There are nearly 2.6 billion people worldwide, according the World Health Organization.

In 2016, the number was 5.4 billion.

The American Doral Association has been tracking the trends in emergency dental patients in the nation for years, including the percentage of people who are visiting an emergency care facility, and how long they have been there.

In 2020, the rate of visits to an emergency medical facility is expected to rise to 6.3 percent, the largest increase in nearly a decade.

On average, emergency dental visits account for about 2.7 percent of total dental care provided in the country, according The Associated Press.

The AP also found that there are roughly a million emergency medical visits a day in the USA.

As of March, the U.,S.

had nearly 6.6 trillion dollars worth of emergency care services, including more than 1.5 trillion dollars in dental care and nearly 1.6 trillions in medications.