Gay Dentists in an Emergency Situation

It needs to be said that we here at the Gay Sperm Bank hate dentists. Yes we feel sorry for them, staring inside people's gobs every day, but it's what they do to us that is the source of our hate. Dental anxiety is the core of it, pain is what runs it, once the drugs wear off the rage kicks in.

It's a simple fact that many dentists are simply mean. They derive pleasure from causing pain, they remove your beloved teeth and say "you should have come here earlier" while doing it. Make us feel guilty for not giving them more regular money by visiting them for dental check-ups, paying attention to their websites' lectures about dental hygiene, and ask us to purchase dental dams for lesbian licking sessions only from their online store, not when there's hordes of rich schoolkids in the waiting room for their regular Invisalign check ups.

But when it comes to emergency dentists you have to show some respect. With Coronavirus in the air, they're on the front line like any medical professional. If someone is in excruciating pain, if they've knocked a tooth out while trying to stay 1.5 metres away from a fellow supermarket shopper, or maybe fighting over a roll of toilet paper, then yep, they're there, and in fact in most countries now the only dental service that dentists are allowed to provide is emergency dentistry.

Gone, thanks to COVID-19, is the cosmetic dentistry, the smile makeover, the teeth whitening, the digital smile design, the Invisalign and the orthodontics. So now if you're visiting a dentist during this pandemic you're likely to be having dental anxiety as well as being in a great deal of pain, because emergencies are the only way you're going to be in a dentist's chair.

So this story brings us to the one dentist who will always be a hero for what he did in an emergency. He doesn't want the publicity, but he's a gay dentist. And one of our successful moms, waiting for her daughter to have her a dental cavity filled, suddenly felt herself going into labour. As she'd had a child many years before, the baby came out fast, and our gay dentist friend, in a truly unique emergency, delivered the baby in his dentist's chair. All we can tell you is that the lucky mom had her second daughter, and her daughter's name is Isabelle. Congratulations mom and daughter, and dentist!