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By FlyingPain - / Friday 5 August 2016 11:16 / United Kingdom
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I think a Flying Dentist business sounds wonderful as long as it's the dentist who is flying and doing his business in his plane. It would be the best way to do dentistry in Nunavut or Siberia, for example.

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Well, we have your "pretty sure" verses the OP's explicit statement that she can't get out of it. Who will win this epic battle?!

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I'm just saying, what would happen if she misses the appointment, she can't get fired like she would if she missed her training, the worst that can happen is going to a different dentist.

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some dentists, like other doctors, will charge you a few for missing an appointment, or even just showing up more than 15 minutes late

score some sweet painkillers from the dentist for the flight, then drink the liquor on the flight. you will literally be dead and unable to care about the petty things that bothered you in life! no need to thank me, im just here to help.

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yes. take prescription painkillers then drink yourself to sleep via liquor on your flight. that sounds really smart. not. no. don't do that. that's an accident waiting to happen. the kind you don't wake up from. on an unrelated note. Trump ads be ruining this app for me. maybe just extra meh cuz its baby's first mobile app prez race ad..

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Trump-infused rage made me not read past first sentence. kinda glad I was in the wrong really. if anyone really gave that advice... actually..idk.. I feel I keep putting a limit on a person's ability to be stupid only to be proven wrong. but yeah. at least the only stupidity this time was from me lol

Well, you're going to have to do both eventually. Might as well do one while still on the adrenaline from the other! ;P

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She can probably score some Valium from a doctor if she tells them she's anxious about the surgery and the flight

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OP might be in severe pain and need the root canal done ASAP. She might not be able to postpone or wait. Also, going to another dentist might not be an option because she might have to wait for an appointment with a new dentist.

Can't you see if you can get the dentist to work around your take off time. Ex your flight is at 6pm and you get your root canal done 8,9or 10am so you get last min thing done

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Time isn't the issue. The issue is that OP is afraid of both the dentist and flying. It's having to face two of her fears on the same day.

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