I have strong opinions about listening to the wrong “mentors” on social media. You should be seeking information—not affirmation. But sometimes misinformation comes from people a lot closer to you. It’s not because they intend to, but because they don’t know better.
- Your significant other might be the principal culprit in giving misinformation.
- Your parents are likely second worst.
- Friends … they may mean well …
But unless these people are totally dentally and financially up to date, let your better half stay your better half, and love your parents as parents. If you’re a seasoned pro and willing, please help young dental professionals. If you’re new to the game and have questions, ask! We want to help.
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