How to find the most trusted family dentist in San Pedro, California

San Pedro family dentist Dr. Jose Pedro is the best-known San Pedro dentist, but the real star of his practice is his daughter.

She is also his biggest fan.

Pedro and his daughter, San Pedro mother, Ana Paula Pedro, are both registered dentists.

They both practice at a small practice on a quiet street near their home in San Pedro.

They’re known to make sure patients are well taken care of, according to Pedro and Pedro’s daughter, Ana, who spoke to The Lad for an exclusive interview.

Pedros practice is so popular that the Pedros say they have to go to more places than the usual suspects to get a good dentist.

They also are well-known for having the best customer service in San Francisco.

When asked about the number of people who are attracted to their practice, Pedros daughter says, “It’s crazy.”

“I’ve had so many people ask me, ‘How do you do your business, how do you make a living?'” she told The Lad.

“I think that my work is really good.

I’m a dentist.

I’ve never been a nurse or a nurse practitioner.”

The Pedros’ practice is located on a busy street in San Bruno, just off of San Pedro’s downtown core.

The Pedros have four full-time residents, all of whom work in the office, as well as their son, who works in the kitchen.

Their office is spacious and well-appointed.

The children have room to play in their room and have a desk that is perfect for work.

One day, the Pedro family’s youngest patient, who is in his early 20s, asked to see a dentist for a minor surgery that he needs to have done for his back.

Pedrazos daughter explained that it’s a routine procedure.

The doctor agreed and then gave the Pedrazos a list of things they needed to do, including a checkup, x-rays, and X-rays of the spinal cord.

“It was so quick, I was like, ‘What?'”

Ana Pedrazo told The Advertiser.

“It was just like, Wow.

He didn’t even have time to say anything to us before he left.”

After getting all of the procedures, the pedrazos went back to the office and asked the doctor for a referral to Dr. Pedro for a spinal tap.

The Pedrazons’ first appointment was on March 5, 2017.

A few days later, Pedrazas son, now in his late 20s or early 30s, had a major surgery and needed to be taken off of life support.

“He said, ‘Mom, we’re doing spinal tap right now,'” Ana Pedro said.

“And we were like, Yeah, that’s cool, but, like, what?

I’m not getting an MRI.

He was like [shocked] ‘Yeah, you should see the doctor.'”

At that point, the family had a list, including all of Pedros procedures, to the doctor.

But the Pedrons had to go back to his office.

The next day, April 2, the doctor called them and said that he would not be doing a spinal test.

The next day at 9 a.m., the Pedricks went to Pedros office, but he told them that he was not going to do the spinal test for the rest of the day.

The day after that, the next day again, the doctors call the Pedron’s office, and Pedros son was put on life support again.

The doctors didn’t have time for a test until April 5, but did not return to his clinic until April 6, and did not even do a spinal exam for the Pedracos until April 8.

“He was the worst, most incompetent, incompetent, person I’ve ever seen in my life,” Ana Pedros said.

Pedrocos son’s parents, who live in San Antonio, Texas, said that it was very hard for them to get the Pedrolos to come to their office because they do not have dental insurance.

“They have to pay out of pocket,” Ana said.

The day after they called Pedros to tell him about the spinal tap, Pedros son’s wife was at work when she got the call.

The woman was shocked to hear about the diagnosis.

“I couldn’t believe it.

I didn’t believe him,” Ana told The Madrigal.

“When I got to the hospital, I told the doctors, ‘This is crazy.

You should do this, you have to do this.'”

The Pedroes were left with no option but to go into surgery, but it was not to be easy.

“You just have to get in there, go in there and wait for the doctors to come in and get you the surgery,” Ana added.

“The doctors didnít give a damn, they were just waiting.

It was really scary,