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Will My Employer Sue Me for Starting My Own Business?

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Q: When people come to my dental practice for a second opinion, they often tell me about recommendations other dentists have made that, to me, seem aggressive or excessively expensive. Isn’t it unethical to lead patients to an overkill solution? What are my responsibilities when other people’s patients are being steered unduly toward costly solutions? 

A:  This question got me thinking about the ethics of upselling. Dentists aren’t the

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