DENTIST MADDEN’S DAD was a pretty great dentist.
The young, smart, handsome, and hardworking man loved his job, and it was a pleasure to be around him, said his father.
But as time went on, the young man developed a taste for more and more expensive dental work.
His dental practice was in a very old building in Madison, Wisconsin, and had the misfortune of running out of money.
Dentists are a profession that is often considered to be more important than the person who does the dental work, according to a recent report from the American Dental Association.
So when Dentist Madden Daddys son was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, the family took the next logical step.
His mother, Jane, was a successful insurance executive, but her husband was struggling financially.
“I didn’t want to be responsible for paying for my son’s health care, so I decided to take a second job,” Jane Daddies son, Daniel, told CBS News.
She had already started a dental practice, but Daniel had to go to another office and find another dentist.
“There’s a lot of things that come with that,” Jane told the TV station.
So, Jane was looking for a second dentist to help fill in the gap.
“We got lucky, I think we got lucky because we didn’t have to pay for it,” she told the station.
But the Daddises soon found out that dentists can have a lot more to do than just fill teeth.
“As a dentist, I don’t think there’s any one thing that you have to do to be successful,” said Jane.
“You have to have a passion and a vision.
And that’s why you’re here, to make sure that your patients have the best experience possible.”
In the beginning, it was simple.
Dental offices were in pretty expensive buildings, but they were well-maintained.
But over time, dental care has become much more complicated.
A number of factors are pushing dentists toward the expense of dental care, including: health insurance coverage and other healthcare costs The need for new equipment to replace older, worn-out dentures The cost of new equipment, which can also add up to more than a dollar for every visit, plus other dental expenses like cleaning and disinfecting