"But I am neither a doctor nor a dentist," said Miss Leeson, with a shiver.
Parker gave her the incredulous, pitying, sneering, icy stare that she kept for those who failed to qualify as doctors or dentists, and led the way to the second floor back.
The operator had married the daughter of a dentist
who was the youngest of three sisters.
His teeth were white and regular--so sound that he had never been to a dentist
in his life.
She flashed a smile at me, and, protesting an engagement with her dentist
, jauntily walked on.
I also cut Irene's wings (so to speak) by taking her to a dentist
We are like a dentist
whose work suffers because he is afraid of hurting his patient."
Some day, when I meet a dentist
with a pair of forceps, I'm going to have it pulled."
With a long, weary hoist the jaw is dragged on board, as if it were an anchor; and when the proper time comes --some few days after the other work --Queequeg, Daggoo, and Tashtego, being all accomplished dentists
, are set to drawing teeth.
In my jaw are cunning artifices of the dentists
which replace the parts of me already gone.
PARENTS are being urged to take their babies to the dentist
as soon as they can smile.
Warwickshire's director of public health, Helen King, said: "While some parents may wonder why their baby needs to attend the dentist
when they may not even have their first teeth, it is important to sethealthy habitsfrom an early age and show children that the dentist
is not something to be feared or avoided.