Almost all dentists are professionals in work-related techniques, but that doesn’t mean they are automatically honest, according to Coalition Against Insurance Fraud.
The abuse of power and authority leads to fraudulent actions, giving these specialists the perfect context to take advantage of their patients’ trust in order to obtain money.
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“The most common type of dental fraud is performing treatments that are unnecessary or overdone,” says California dentist Dr. Mark Burhenne, founder of Ask the Dentist.
Dentists can recommend various treatments that you do not really need. For example, they could extract a healthy tooth instead of treating it. Also, they may not treat your problem quickly, calling you back for more unnecessary sessions.