Four Out Of Five Dentists Recommend Brushing Your Teeth Every Day
February 19th - A new report indicates that four out of five dentists encourage people to brush their teeth at least twice every day. The fifth dentist refused to support the "absurd" claim, citing a lack of evidence backing up the benefits of brushing your teeth.
This is not the first time that the fifth dentist has separated from the rest of the group, and the other four dentists are starting to grow suspicious.
“At first I thought Mike just preferred to use a different brand of toothpaste than the rest of us,” said Jennifer Richards, a dentist from Spokane, Washington. “Then I thought he was just being difficult for the sake of being difficult. But now he’s telling everyone that he doesn’t think they need to brush their teeth every day? I’m starting to think he might not even be a dentist.”
Mike claims to have received his dental certification from a school in Canada while everyone else was on summer vacation.
“I’m definitely a dentist,” he said. “I’d tell you what school I got my degree at, but it’s pretty obscure...you’ve probably never even heard of it. I’m not going to waste my time.”
Alex Harper, a former patient of Mike’s, echoed the skepticism of the other four dentists.
“I decided to choose Mike as my dentist because I liked the fact that he didn’t just agree with what all the other dentists were saying,” said Harper. “I never liked Crest toothpaste either, if I’m being honest. The first time I went in for a cleaning he just looked in my mouth for a few seconds and said everything looked fine to him. Now that I think about it, his office didn’t really look like an office as much as it looked like a big white van in the middle of an empty parking lot. That was the end of my experience with Dr. Tooth.”