I definitely don't believe that, although I can understand why some dentists would like to believe so If you want to read an interesting review of the idea of Dentists as Primary Care providers, you can check out this peer-reviewed paper on the subject. It concludes that while dentists could and perhaps should be primary care medical service providers, most aren't equipped, trained, or qualified to be recognized as primary care physicians at the present time. They suggest collaboration of dentists and actual primary care physicians as being of must utility to patients given the current system.
I'm also a doctor that knows quite a bit about biochemistry, genetics, and treatment designs: I don't believe that makes me a primary care physician. If I wanted to be recognized as an actual primary care physician, I'd have to get a board to recognize me as a physician, which would likely take some more educational and work experience beyond what I'm willing to do. If it's important to you to be recognized as such, the same option is open to you! Follow in Dr. Bernstein's steps, and I'm sure everyone will benefit.
I'm sticking with my overall points in this thread, regardless of what you may or may not have taken personally: empathy is an important quality in medical professionals; and "brutal honesty," or however one might package judgement, is less useful than kindness in the vast majority of cases. If a situation calls for telling someone "unpleasant truths," which I imagine it sometimes does as a medical professional, I strongly suspect that kind, respectful communication is more effective than delivering "brutal honesty." But do whatever works for you.
I'm not sure anything I said could be construed as an ad hominem attack against you, although you do appear a bit defensive. If you feel the admins do not have anything better to do than field spurious requests, then feel free to flag all my posts if it will make you feel better. If you view disagreement as somehow an attack on you, then I'm not sure there is much constructive dialogue we can engage in. Have a good day!