Sophia Robb, the patient with a lust so strong it breaks retainers, told Teen Vogue she thought it was amusing that her orthodontist's post went viral.
And Robb wasn't too bothered by the post by her orthodontist - who maintained he didn't violate HIPPA, a health privacy law, because he didn't use any personally identifiable information.
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"One of my mutuals posted, and I screamed it was so amusing", Sophia told Complex, before explaining why she had such a strong reaction to Jordan's torso. "I'm going to kill myself", Robb tweeted on Monday.
Ms Robb later clarified the phrasing, saying she had no intention of harming herself. She said of him: "I always thought he was the coolest person, so to see that I had the honor of making him laugh was great". She also pointed out which part, in particular, caused the retainer to break.
The internet found the whole thing hilarious, especially when the patient in question found the post and confessed that it was about her.
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Later she shared the story with Buzzfeed.
Sophia admitted that the response to the post has been "overwhelming" but she's been trying her best to keep up with the response. The orthodontist, on the other hand, managed to glue the wire together during her visit.
"Since I feel partly responsible for breaking your retainers, let me know if I can replace them", replied Jordan.
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