Busting Some Afghani Myths

Photo of what my Afghan patients look like, though they don’t always wear white, and they look ten years older than this guy. Photo by The Chuqur Studio on Unsplash.

Usually, all my patients are Indian.

A few come from Afghanistan. In all, I have treated seven Afghan men and two women. I know, it is a small sample size.

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I don’t just create smiles, I inspire them! Dentist, mom—Jamshedpur, India.

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I don’t just create smiles, I inspire them! Dentist, mom—Jamshedpur, India.

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