Dentist patient relationship dating
The Wealthy Dentist is a dental practice management company featuring dental consulting expert Jim Du Molin.
The site's weekly dental surveys and newsletters are viewed by thousands of dentists across the United States and Canada.
One told me, ' Hey, dentists are a dime a dozen, but new boyfriends don't grow on trees.' Today, after 15 years of marriage, I still treat many of my former girlfriends, their children and also their husbands." Dentistry can be frisky business Observes Jim Du Molin, dental management consultant and president of The Wealthy Dentist, "I see it all the time. I've heard horror stories over the years on how romances went wrong… I think it's a case of ' You never know.' To me, it looks like the responding male dentists are… The responding female dentists seem more practical and sensible to the pluses and minuses of doctor-patient romances. You be the judge." For more on this dental survey and other Wealthy Dentist surveys on topics such as dental implants, cosmetic dentistry, dentures, and much more, visit
Issuing a formal reprimand, panel chairman Martyn Green said Paxton's affair had "crossed professional boundaries".
He said: "The committee determined that sexual relations between dentists and their patients might be viewed by the public with disapproval." He added that Paxton's initial denial of the affair was "intentionally misleading and dishonest".
Boasts a Wisconsin dentist, "She's beautiful, brilliant, tall and blonde. " For this New Jersey dentist, though, it turned out to be more than he bargained for.
His candid admission: "I was a dentist for years prior to my marriage.