This is a photo from the Instagram account of dentist and dental educator Robert C. Brown, who wrote a blog post in January about how to get a dentist’s attention on Instagram.
“If you have any questions about the procedure and want me to explain it to you, please contact me here: www.dentistsdentistry.com,” he wrote.
Brown’s blog post was widely shared and his comments were shared more than 3,000 times.
But now, the hashtag #DentistKentWa is trending on Instagram and trending on Facebook.
In response to the controversy, Brown said he plans to create a Facebook page dedicated to the hashtag.
“I don’t want my message to be seen as being a negative comment,” he said.
“The people who read it have a right to know what my experience is and how it went.
I’m not going to go back and apologize for what I said.”
Brown told Ars that the dental industry has been dealing with a lot of misinformation about dental work, particularly about the risks of cutting the tip of the tooth.
“Most people think it’s safe,” he told Ars.
“When you’re talking about people with diabetes and heart disease, you don’t have a good idea of the actual risk.
When it comes to the dental profession, people think they have the highest risks of all professions, but there’s actually very little.
“We’ve got a real, real need for education and people need to understand that this is not something you’re going to be getting at your dentist. “
People will tell you the risk is not as great as the risks associated with other types of procedures, but the risk of getting it done is much lower,” he added.
So that’s why I’m doing this.”