It’s so simple to become caught in the meaningless posts that every online influencer makes. Everyone wants their 15 minutes of fame, everyone has a brand, and everyone wants to be famous. Some nights I feel like I’m living in the 2006 film “Idiocracy,” where people are resorting to spewing unintelligible streams of thought.
They are not an authority on anything, but somehow the blue check mark next to their profile appears because they are wearing yoga trousers that are too tight and have too much lip filler.
I’ve always prioritised quality over quantity. My thirsty palate is always searching for anything to slake its internet desire, but lately, my search has been fruitless. Then, similar to @Qpark, I start singing uncontrollably and I realise a new Khaby Lame is emerging, except this influencer is making people grin by yelling “Hell No!” at the camera.
On TikTok, he goes as “The Gumfather,” and on Instagram, he goes by “Dr. Miles Madison.” His smile is contagious online and rivals Nat King Cole and Charlie Chaplin’s songs in popularity. He has after all built his image and career around his epic grin.
He is committed to changing lives through smiles and is the founder of the Beverly Hills Periodontal Institute in Beverly Hills, California. As a self-described “gentle soul” or “gentle pup,” as I like to refer to him, Dr. Madison approaches medicine very differently.
Given that his patients come from all over the world and have varied genotypes, requirements, and backgrounds, he is aware that his service must be tailored to each individual. This physician, who enrolled in college at age 16 and earned a Bachelor of Science in biological science Magna Cum Laude, considers the patient as a whole as well as their mental state. He creates personalised therapy, particularly for them.
Dr. Miles consistently refers to his employees as “team players,” which speaks to his personality. This is Los Angeles’ “go-to”, and in his interview on the podcast with Goldy’s Closet, I quickly started to understand why. He’s a true rock star, but he swaps out Mike for training as an all-purpose toothbrush.
In my podcast, he explains how to maintain good oral hygiene by putting our mouths in perspective and focusing on our teeth. 1 is visible service. inside and outside of the tooth. This is the exposed surface that can be cleaned with a toothbrush. Then there is the mid-surface where the teeth contact. A toothbrush and mouthwash will not clean it. The only way to clean between your teeth is to use dental floss, a water pick, or an instrument that pushes something between your teeth to remove plaque. These are two things most people can do at home. surface. ”