My family dentist is my ‘best friend’, he says in exclusive interview


— My family dentist and I have been best friends for decades.

We grew up in a small town called Montebello.

Montebellos dentist, Dr. Frank Edwardsville, has been my dentist for over 30 years.

Edwardsville is the owner of Dr. Edwards & Associates in Montebella, a family practice that treats both primary and specialty care.

We have a lot in common, but he also knows his patients and what they need.

“He’s the best friend of mine,” Edwardsville told ESPN.

“I think that’s probably why I’ve been able to keep him on top of my care.

My family has been able for me to maintain his attention.”

The relationship between Edwardsville and Edwardsville’s family has grown close over the years.

He says Edwardsville has become a much more regular patient.

“He knows where I am, and I know where he is,” Edwardslla said.

“And it’s been good for us to see each other more.”

A few years ago, when Edwardsville was at the peak of his practice’s popularity, he told me that he would not be able to continue as his patients’ dentist for much longer.

He said he was considering retirement, but said he would keep doing what he does well.

When I asked him if that meant he would have to let go of the practice and move on, Edwardsville said that was not the case.

He was not looking to quit.

I asked him about what he would do if he were to get sick.

Edwardsville said he didn’t want to get into a “fight with the medical community,” but that he had a duty to his patients to keep them healthy.

This is something I’m going to continue doing because I want them to live their lives and get better and stay alive.

He said he had no idea that people were talking about him like that.

If you have any questions about how I’m doing, I want to hear from you.

That is not an exaggeration, Edwardslla told ESPN in his first public interview since his retirement.

His retirement is not a shock to his family.

He has been with the family for more than 40 years, including being their general manager for 25 of those years.

My mom’s a dentist, he said, and my dad’s a dental hygienist.

They were both in the practice for over 50 years.

The two of us have been together for that long, and we are very close friends.

There have been many times during our relationship when he would come into my office and say, ‘You know, I’m gonna be out of here in a few days.

I’m getting older.

I’ve gotta figure something out.

I gotta work harder.’

That is something that I’ve always been able be with my family.

As for what he has been up to, Edwards said he has never missed a beat in his practice.

It’s been the same every day.

We’re not getting sick or anything.

We are healthy and we do good work.

I feel like my wife has always been my main caretaker.

Dr. Frank has a special relationship with his patients.

When I first met him, he would tell me stories about how he had to treat patients.

In one particular story, he described a patient who was in pain for a week, had a severe stroke and needed to be sedated to help her.

The family was in the midst of a costly procedure for a patient.

 The family went to Dr. Edwards to see him.

When they left, he called his wife and said, ‘Here you go.

You have to take your daughter to the doctor.’

She was in shock and couldn’t believe what he was telling her.

He told her he needed to get an X-ray.

She looked at him like he was crazy.

So, he went to the hospital.

He took his daughter to Dr Edwards.

Dr Edens was very surprised.

She didn’t realize he had been to the ER.

The doctor was so shocked that she went to her son.

She had never seen her dad so upset before.

He went to him and asked what was wrong.

He didn’t know what was going on.

But Dr. D, a neurologist, said, “I’ve seen the symptoms, and he has no clue what’s going on.”

Edwardville told me he does not expect to see a diagnosis anytime soon.

He thinks he will need to be treated for his pain for the next three weeks.

During my last surgery, he needed a CT scan because of pain in his hip.

Dr. O was in charge of the MRI, and she wanted to do the same.

I went to O’s office and she was so upset she