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By BiteMe / Tuesday 30 August 2016 23:29 / United States - Upper Marlboro
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By  aruden  |  19

Ask for a new recommendation then immediately walk to another dentist and ask for a better recommendation stating the other guy has subpar ideas

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By  aruden  |  19

Ask for a new recommendation then immediately walk to another dentist and ask for a better recommendation stating the other guy has subpar ideas

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  DravensTheName  |  16

I feel like a medical practitioner wouldn't do that/ risk it. Now I'm just assuming here but I think that could be considered malpractice. If I were them I wouldn't risk years of schooling and practice only to give bad advice that has them coming back again. My assumptions on the subject so if I'm wrong forgive me.

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In my area, we have a very affordable dental office. By affordable, I mean their check up prices are incredibly low compared to the others around here. They always find cavities though; usually 6 to 17 in a single person. They almost always get caught in the lie.

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  MicKeyMon  |  10

well, mechanics do the same thing all the time, so it wouldn't be surprising to find out other professions have the same ideas... some people just don't care. it's not about the profession itself, but who the "professional" is

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  iiMichy  |  19

I swear that is what they do, my boyfriend who has bad dental hygiene has never got a cavity. I brush my teeth every morning and night with the occasional times I forget and I floss frequently yet I had 6 cavities as a child and 2 as an adult and I believe I have another one. I read online that you have to wait minimum 30 minutes after brushing your teeth before eating or drinking. Something my dentist neglected to tell me.

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