Written by Jason Fong Posted November 04, 2018 05:08:22As a dental office employee, I’m constantly thinking about how I can be better at my job.
I’m an average guy who’s just starting out in the profession, and my goal is to get my practice on par with the best, which means teaching the profession to make more efficient use of our teeth.
I’ve had my share of problems, however, and that’s one of the things I think I could be better for.
The first thing I want to tackle is improving my mouth hygiene.
When I first started working at the dental office, I was never really taught the importance of keeping my mouth clean.
But since I’m a good-looking, well-dressed guy, I had to get used to a lot of brushing and cleaning.
Every day, I spent hours doing my best to stay clean and fresh.
I also had to teach myself how to use my teeth properly.
I’m not the type of guy who would brush my teeth every day?
Yes, I admit it.
I’d been brushing my teeth for two years before I could afford the $100 toothpaste.
This was a lot to handle, and I didn’t like it.
So I stopped doing it.
My mouth feels oily now, but it’s not bad.
And my dental office is a big place.
It was really easy to start cleaning up the dentist office when I started working there.
A lot of people are taught that brushing your teeth daily is bad, but I didn`t want to make myself feel bad about it.
Instead, I wanted to show that brushing my tooth is not always bad.
The dentist office was the first time I really took care of myself.
After I stopped brushing my mouth every day, it took me a long time to get back to the same level of hygiene I had before.
I just kept brushing my own teeth, but when I finally did start brushing my dentist’s teeth, I noticed that they weren’t as bad as I thought they were.
That’s when I realized that my mouth was really, really dirty.
I couldn’t get my mouth to clean itself properly, and it felt gross to my teeth.
So I started to clean up my teeth in the dentist`s office.
One of the first things I did was scrubbing my teeth to make sure they were in good condition.
Nowadays, I just scrub my teeth when I’m washing my teeth or brushing my kids teeth.
But I scrub them after I get dressed in the morning.
Before I did this, I always scrubbed my teeth with a brush, which didn’t really feel good.
Because I was a little hesitant about brushing my dental work, I thought about brushing only when I needed to brush my kids’ teeth, because they were older than me.
Since I had my own office and didn`s get to work until later in the day, when most people get home from work, my teeth didn`ts get washed as often.
But that`s what I did anyway.
With this in mind, I scrubbed myself as often as I could every day. If I didn�t get the job done, I probably wouldn`t have been able to keep myself in good shape.
Even though I was getting used to brushing my children` teeth, my dental hygiene didn`T improve as quickly.
As a result, I started feeling bad about myself.
And the more I did it, the more annoyed I became.
Sometimes, I would take a few minutes out of my day to brush myself.
I felt like a failure for not being able to do that, so I started doing it every day and tried to maintain my standards.
During my first year as a dentist, I used a lot less dental floss than I would have liked.
There was a time when I did not brush my mouth for five minutes a day, but now I brush my dental flix every day for 10 to 15 minutes.
In my second year, I finally got around to brushing again.
To be honest, I am pretty surprised by how well I’m doing with my dental cleaning.
I have not been cleaning my teeth since I started the dental practice.
I started brushing my oral hygiene because I didn”t like the feeling of using my mouth as a tool.
Besides, I didn’t want my teeth going into my mouth and clogging my mouth up.
I want them to stay there, clean, and keep the teeth clean.
That is, until I started using dental fluff.
By the time I was finishing school, I realized I needed a change of pace.
I wanted my dental practice to be more of a social gathering place, rather than just a dentist office.
And so I began to work from