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Anonymous Author 'Opens Wide' the Business of Dentistry
ORLANDO, FL - June 21, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- Web Service Resource Associates, Inc. (WSRA) today announced the launch of a new website, SecretTruthAboutDentists.com, designed to demystify the confusing procedures and treatment options of the modern dental industry. From scare-tactic marketing to an ongoing decline in quality of service, the author explains the growing divergence between dental "doctors" and dental "businessmen," and clarifies what this means to consumers and their families.
"Although there are many good, ethical dentists practicing today, there are also a significant number of dentists who may place other factors above quality care," states the website's author, who wants to remain anonymous. "My goal is to empower consumers to make better informed decisions about their dental health."
SecretTruthAboutDentists.com provides consumers with a detailed look at the procedures of modern dentistry using descriptions, illustrations, photos and even x-rays. After visiting the site, the author hopes consumers will have a better understanding of their own dental health, as well as the level of quality they should expect from dental professionals. "If a mechanic fixes your car and the brakes still don't work, you know something wasn't done right. In dentistry, consumers may suffer through pain, abscesses, and cracked teeth and never realize that it could be a result of poor dental practice. I want to change that."
Identifying quality service isn't the only mission of SecretTruthAboutDentists.com. The website also explains the pros and cons of procedures, discusses the decline of the golden age of dentistry, and even shows how insurance companies have become a predominant force in how dentists think. Most importantly the author explains how the insurance industry appears to affect treatment recommendations and quality of patient's dental work.
The author maintains that his goal in printing this information is to return a higher level of care to the patient, not to be a whistle-blower. "My goal is to open the eyes of consumers so that they will begin taking an active role in their dental care. This is the same advice I would give to a family member if they needed work done. It's important to understand your options, explore the facts, do your homework, draw your own conclusions and keep asking questions until you find the 'right' dentist to achieve your dental health goals."
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