With that in mind, we've come up with a few suggestions to help those of you who want to date a dentist and get closer to the people who protect our smiles.
Anyone suffering from a toothache will certainly attest to that.
However, sometimes we take their skills and compassion for granted, meaning that dentists can be wrongly overlooked as one of most eligible professions out there.
When I was single, I'd ask patients for a date or they would ask me. I probably went out with at least a dozen or so patients.
(Except for the time when three girlfriends were in my waiting room at the same time!
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