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 mhegge said on September 20th, 2005

A dental clinic and more.

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 claudio said on September 20th, 2005

I recently saw a similar logo of a pharmacy. Only it was doggy style. :)

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 Freddy said on September 20th, 2005

hey claudio,
i have that logo on this site as well somewhere
lool through the archieves.

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 nagard said on September 20th, 2005

hmm exotic dental services
where do i sign up lol
soo many things wrong with this though
how do you make somthing like this and not see the alternative interpretation or interpretations

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 Maarten said on September 21st, 2005

Once you start paying attention to it, you see penises everywhere! :)

B3TA even initiated the Phallic Logo Awards: http://www.b3ta.com/features/phalliclogoawards/

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 Freddy said on September 21st, 2005

maarten, that link is hillarious.

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 Anonymous said on September 21st, 2005

… well, perhaps a pleasant alternative to anesthesia ;-) – “Yes he drilled quite deep, and it felt so good.”

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 GuessWhatNow said on October 16th, 2005

Must be slightly worrying when they say “open wiiide”…

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 David Skul said on December 16th, 2005

How to pick a dentist

Dentistry can be frightening for may people. A large number of people have sad or scary stories about the dentist. It just takes one bad dentist to start a person on a self destructive path of avoidance and tooth decay. Many of the dentally fearful ask the same question. What is the easiest and best way to choose a dentist? Following a simple process of selection is best. Making the decision structure simple is the key to get ting back in the dentists’ chair and getting back on the road to a healthy and pain free smile. Using the following criteria while making dentistry choices will simplify your decisions.

A recommendation from your existing dentist, a friend, or family member can be useful.

You might ask your current dentist if he knows of any good dentists. Often, dentists maintain personal and professional relationships with other dentists around the country, and your dentist might be able to recommend a good dentist he knows of. Also friends and family members can provide very good insight into skills, office esthetics, and professional treatment. They can also help you to become more comfortable about the pain levels and sensitivity to certain environmental factors. Another good thing about a recommendation from friends or family is that you can assess the general cost structure before sitting in the chair.

What should you look for in a new dentist?

You can ask friends and neighbors for their recommendations. You should also look for a dentist who has a friendly staff that is easy to communicate with. Your dentist should be able to handle your particular dental history, but should also offer preventative dentistry, and do periodic examinations of your teeth and gums, along with at least yearly x-rays. They should encourage periodic appointments for routine teeth cleaning. The environment should be clean and stress free. The staff should always be friendly and receptive to your needs. If the staff or the dentist thinks you are being a baby when you tell them of your fears or apprehensions then simply leave and find another dentist.

Watch out for these warning signs.

Keep an eye out for flashy advertising, dentists who advocate cosmetic dentistry above preventative dentistry, and twilight sleep as the ideal technique of surgery. Also watch out for dentists that seem worried with diagnosing other illnesses besides those associated with teeth and gums. Dentists who practice holistic dentistry or those who depend on vitamin sales to boost their income are very bad and can actually set your dental health back. Be careful of a dentist that does not listen. If your dentist prefers extraction over saving a tooth then you might have a problem. Also, if you have a dentist who is offended if you get a second opinion then cut and run.

You should get acquainted first

Most dentists will happily schedule a consultation visit so you can meet the dentist and their staff, and decide then if this is the right dentist for your teeth and personal needs. If a dentist is not willing to schedule a visit like this, they probably are not the dentist for you. It is not very difficult to select a new dentist. You just need to understand what you looking for and not be afraid to ask some questions. If you understand some of the things to look for in a new dental practice, then your selection should be fairly easy. There are plenty of health related reasons to go to the dentist. You can make all of them available to you to use when you choose to follow a strict regimen of dentistry. You should go out and find a new dentist quickly and easily to preserve your beautiful smile.

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