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Waco Family Dentist

Posted by imking1100 (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 6, 10 at 20:49

Waco's Dentist. During our 5 years of service to Waco, we have built many lasting relationships by providing high-quality waco dental care and an individual approach to patient needs. Satisfaction comes from treating patients and building relationships. Success is measured by the smiles we help create every day. After all, this is our family, serving your family.

From general dental needs to cosmetic procedures, including Invisalign treatment, Waco Dentist are proud of the smiles they create and the relationships they form.

Throughout our years of service to the waco and surrounding areas, we have made many friends, seen incredible growth in our community, and celebrated many successes. We thank you for visiting our website and we hope that you will let us be your dentist in Waco.
http://www.dentistinwaco.com/


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RE: Waco Family Dentist

THIS GUY RUINED MY TEETH AND CAUSED ME UNTOLD EXPENSES. BEWARE


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RE: Waco Family Dentist

If you're not smart enough to post on the right forum, you're not smart enough to work on anyone's teeth.


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RE: Waco Family Dentist

Hey, it's the right forum. He just converted his Dremel tool to help buff teeth and remove cavities. It found it's much easier to use than his Dewalt VSR drill. Also it fits better in the mouth than his Porter-Cable 3x21 belt sander.

Signed,
Two-Tooth Tony

(Believe it or not, there was a disclaimer on my Dremel tool that it was not to be used for dental work.)


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RE: Waco Family Dentist

Did anyone notice, if you go to the member info this guy lives in Pakistan. Hope he's not filling peoples teeth with explosives.


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RE: Waco Family Dentist

Whoa, over the line there with the explosives bit. The vast majority of Pakistanis are, I'm confident, very nice people. (Spammers excluded, of course)


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RE: Waco Family Dentist

Woodworking forum for dentistry...perhaps his great great great great great grandfather did George Washington's teeth.

I wonder if this guy uses a nailgun to install his work?

"Sir, please step over to the tablesaw and open very wide, I need to trim just a bit off your left molar..."


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RE: Waco Family Dentist

If you say so.


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I always tell my dentist he is a tooth carpenter!


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RE: Waco Family Dentist

"The vast majority of Pakistanis are, I'm confident, very nice people. "

All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.
Edmund Burke Irish orator, philosopher, & politician (1729 - 1797)


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