Doug had a successful general practice, a great marriage, two wonderful kids and his health. He was living the life. Beyond enjoying his practice (which he loved) he relished the freedom, the autonomy, the ability to do what he wanted, when he wanted and with whom he chose. These were the fruits of a successful career as a general dentist. His low stress high reward life was about to change for the worse, all due to a single error in judgment on Doug's part.
Of greatest concern is that the error he made (which eventually was, at least in part, responsible for the end of his career) was one that the majority of dentists innocently, unwittingly commit as a routine event from time to time. A choice you may be making as well. One that rarely seems of any consequence... until it does... at which point it's beyond too late to fix. Doug asked me to share his story in the hope it could save even one dentist from following his path of no return.