Why does one dentist hate your teeth?

The story behind the headlines that will get your blood pumping.

The Abbeville family dentists say the most frustrating part of dentistry is that it doesn’t matter what you wear, what you eat, what’s on your body, or what you do on a daily basis.

But the family dentist, Dr. James Abbe, says it’s all about a family relationship.

“When we work together, we are very comfortable with each other,” he said.

“When we go in, we work on a specific patient.

It’s not about a general patient.””

I like to see a smile on their face,” said their daughter, Abbie, adding that the dentists at Abbe’s practice are also very respectful.”

You can get to know a dentist and you can talk about what you want,” said Abbie.

“We are all very close.”

In the end, the family is happy to let the dentist do what he does best.

“He works with the patient, but I think it is the best thing for the patient,” said Dr. Abbe.

“I would definitely go in and give him a chance if he wanted to, but if he wants to have me do something else, I would still be happy to,” he added.

The family dentist also believes the dentist’s job is not all that different from a nurse’s job.

“Dentistry is very similar to a nurse, but it’s not just the dentistry.

It is the nursing part,” he explained.”

In the case of dentists, it’s like any other profession, we do all sorts of things.

But the nursing is different, because there is so much that goes into it,” he continued.”

There are nurses that are really passionate about the health and well-being of their patients, and they will be working very hard to make sure they are doing everything that they can to make the patient feel better.

So they have a lot of compassion for the patients.”

Dr. James Abrahams is a pediatrician and pediatric orthodontist in Abbevilles Dental Clinic in Norwalk, Connecticut.

He said he is not surprised that a dentist might hate you for your dental work, as he did for his wife.

“That’s what it is, it is a very stressful job, and it is frustrating,” he stated.

“The family is very close,” said his wife, Trisha, adding, “We love him for it.

It gives us a lot.”

In a statement, the Abbevs said, “The Abbes have never been asked to do anything that they did not want to do, which is a testament to their professionalism and dedication to their patients.

As a family, we love them very much and we thank them for all that they do.”

The family dental clinic is open for business, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday through Sunday, 9:30 a.M. to 4:30 p.M., and Sunday, from 11 a.T.M.-2 p.P.M..