Top Carolinas Orthodontic Professional Kerry White Brown Publishes a New Article Explaining Why Saying No Might Be Good for You In Many Ways

Dr. Kerry White Brown, an esteemed Orthodontist with nearly 20 years’ experience, shares why women must be able to say no every now and then in order to maintain health, self-esteem, and sanity.

Columbia, South Carolina — August 17, 2016 — Carolina Orthodontist Kerry Brown White recently published a new article “4 Reasons Why Saying No Might Be Good for Your Health, Self-Esteem, and Sanity.”

Kerry White Brown photoDr. White Brown starts off by explaining how women are often taught that saying no can make them appear “not nice” or “selfish” to others.

However, she adds, the reluctance this creates, “…sometimes results in us taking on way more than we should. The outcome of this reticence can be unhealthy physical and mental stress.”

She then goes on to give four specific reasons women should say no to protect their well-being. For example, she stresses that saying yes to be helpful when you don’t really have the time to help, usually results in a poor outcome for everyone. Additionally, she says it causes others to take you for granted and can possibly be harmful to your health.

To read the full article on the why you should learn to say, “No,” see:


Dr. Kerry White Brown has been setting the standards for delivering high quality orthodontic care since 1998. After receiving her undergraduate degree from Benedict College she attended Howard University College of Dentistry, where she received her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree and completed her orthodontic specialty training.

She is a member of the American Dental Association, American Association of Orthodontists, Southern Association of Orthodontists, South Carolina Association of Orthodontists and the North Carolina/South Carolina Damon® Study Club. Dr. White Brown is a native of Wadmalaw Island, South Carolina. She and her husband have two sons.