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Dentistry is pretty serious business and we value the trust you place in us as your dental service provider. That said, we also really like to lighten up the atmosphere at work, and after work, with a little bit of banter and laughter.

Let's face it, a trip to the dentist office can cause some anxiety for most people. In fact, just walking through the front door can sometimes raise your stress level. While our main objective is to provide you with quality dental care, no doubt about it, we also strive to help fearful patients have a pleasant experience. We cater to cowards and we do our best to help reduce patient stress. One of the ways we do that is through light-hearted humor. The fact that it makes our work days more enjoyable, too, is just an added bonus.

Here's to overcoming dental fear with a bit of dentist office humor! We hope you enjoy . . .

Classic Tim Conway & Harvey Korman

If you're ever worried about going to to the dentist, just thank your lucky stars you're not sitting down Tim Conway's dental chair. These two are classic comedy at it's best.

Tim Conway's "The Dentist" on The Carol Burnett Show

The King of Queens Gags

Nearly everyone can relate to this hilarious scene where Doug Heffernan is getting dental impressions. Kevin James nails it. We used the same clip when we wrote about gagging at the dentist, we just like it so much we're sharing it here, too.

Doug's teeth impressions

Oh, Mr. Bean

The Trouble With Mr. Bean is that he's just too funny. It is impossible to watch him at the dentist office. We dare you to watch this video and then try to NOT think of it the next time you sit down in the chair.

Mr. Bean at the dentist

Infomercial Magic

MAD TV's Dentist-In-A-Box is one of the funniest infomercials you'll ever see. You'd much rather come into the office than order your own do it yourself dentist kit, right?!

Bryan Callen and David Herman are selling it

SMH: Dave, Dave, Dave

And last, but not least, David Letterman did some pretty funny things over the course of his late night television career (velcro man) and this video features 3 visits to dentists in 1987, 1992 and 1993. Kudos to the dentists who let him be filmed in all his silly, sarcastic glory and to the hygienists who accommodated the group dental cleaning.

The Late Show with David Letterman

If we've missed a funny dentist office video, share it here or over on our Facebook page here so we can all have a laugh.

We look forward to seeing you at your next appointment, and we hope you look forward to seeing us, too!

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