Talking about ethics with

Talking about ethics with

I told you before I felt that 2016 was going to be the year for the White Clinic®. To prove it I’ve got great news! I was interviewed by and talked about the ethics of cosmetic surgery.

Cosmetic dentistry has never been more popular and while this is a good thing, it also comes with bad consequences. One of the biggest problems is, of course, the cases of bad practice that come with the searching for cheap and fast treatments.

Another problem is the excessive use of veneers. They are a great procedure in some cases but the truth is that when they’re badly done they can damage the teeth forever.

You can read the full article here.

No matter how much technology we have at hand, the thing that separates good work from excellent work is knowing when and how to intervene!


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