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By toothache / Tuesday 14 May 2013 12:03 / United States
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56 - Where have you heard that? The few doctors I know have INFINITE respect for vets. I've never heard anyone down-talk the profession. It's like being a normal doctor except all your patients have different anatomies, potential diseases/abnormalities, they can't tell you any symptoms that aren't readily apparent

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You do realize that a vet has to be familiar with a wide variety of anatomy while human doctors only have to be familiar with one (maybe two, if you count babies)

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yeah, but do it after he's done. i wouldn't want to piss off a guy that's gonna have a very sharp drill in my mouth..

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@#4 My three year old baby cousin did this exact thing! She punched her dentist in the face and waddled as fast as she could out of the office & into the waiting room. Her mouth was filled with cotton/sponges, blood on the bib, and everything. The dentist didn't numb her before the procedure and she was too young to speak for herself, so she made a break for it. Haha. :)

If the nurse was standing there,tell him that they'll be paying for the filling,or you'll be contacting an attorney...while giggling...

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Is it classified as a "nurse"? I know where I am from we have dental assistants, if they called themselves nurses they would be laughed at. And I don't recall ever seeing a nurse at the dentist.

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Actually, this reminds me of the dentist in Finding Nemo - you know, P. Sherman at 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney.

It doesn't matter to them; as long as the procedure is still done properly, they make profit. Some careers can rob you of your ability to empathize...

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"Son, be a dentist. You have a talent for causing things pain. Son, be a dentist. People will pay you to be inhumane!"

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I bit my dentist once, yet he still laughed. It was depressing. I was hoping to cause him immense pain.

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They don't block your throat in any dental procedure I've heard of, so I see no reason why OP wouldn't have been able to scream, even if it sounded a little muffled through the dentist's hand in his mouth.

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