When will I get my teeth extracted?

When I was born, my family had to leave our home in rural Nebraska because we didn’t have the funds for a dentist.

Our family then moved to Washington, D.C., where I was six years old.

We were in the suburbs, where we lived next door to a local dental office, where my father worked as a dentist and my mother was a dentist.

At the time, we didn’ have dental insurance.

I was a little girl.

We’d get a visit from the dentist every few months.

After the visit, I’d have to go home and be given my gum and fillings.

I’d get them at the dentist’s office, but I didn’t get a lot of dental care at that time.

In the late 1980s, I started to get a bit frustrated with the process, especially since there were so many different types of tooth decay.

So, I thought, Why not try my hand at dentistry?

I got my first fillings, and then I got a second.

I did a lot more filling and scraping, which was a lot less painful.

And I think that, overall, I learned a lot about my own teeth, which is what I really enjoy about the business.

My parents were very strict about it, but they were also supportive of me.

I’m grateful for that.

It’s been such a long time since I had a dentist that cared about me and my needs.

My dad said, “You’re a lucky woman, because I have to keep doing what I’m doing.”

I think I’m pretty fortunate.

I have no health problems, and I’ve had good dental care for so long that I feel like it’s been my best years.

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