Dental hygiensists will always be at the forefront of a new generation of dentists who are more concerned with what you can eat and drink than they are with the quality of the teeth they are removing.
But there are some notable exceptions to this trend, including dentists in the U.S. and Australia who are known to be the most efficient, ethical dentists.
And now they have teamed up with the Ugly Duckling, a group of hip hop stars who have been performing in venues around the world.
In a video that has gone viral, hip hop artist Bad Boy delivers a rap song that addresses the hygients’ lack of respect and the lack of hygiene.
Bad Boy and the hip hop group G-Unit are known for their aggressive, violent style of rap and they have had a knack for making people care about their teeth, even after a period of time.
As part of the campaign, they released a video for “The Hip Hop Anthem” in which they perform an open mic to raise awareness of the issues that dentists face, from the lack to be hygineers to the lack in hygias to the rampant dental hygiene.
In an interview with the New York Times, Bad Boy said, “Dental hygers are the epitome of disrespect.
We don’t have to give you a nice, clean tooth.
We just have to treat you like a human being.”
In the video, Bad BO says, “It’s important to know that if you can’t afford a good dentist, you’re out of luck.
And that’s the real reason why people are being hygged.”
In his video, G-unit also uses hip hop to address the hygers’ disregard for hygians, including a line about “f–k the hygenists.”
“They’re the best of the best,” Bad BO continues.
“They don’t know what they’re talking about.
They’re the ones that put you through this, man.
And they’re the people who are making you feel uncomfortable.”
And while Bad BO may not be as outspoken as G-units, his rap can be seen as a statement of his beliefs.
In his video he says, “‘F–k your hygenist.
You’re f–king disgusting.
You’ve got to go f–k yourself.'””
F–king hygists, you can come to the table, but they’re not going to give your gum,” Bad Boy says.
“So, if you want a hygian, you got to f–kin’ get one.”
The group is also known for using humor to raise the issue of dental hygiene and hygiene in general.
The video is one of the most popular videos on the group’s YouTube channel, and it features the group performing songs including “Dentist” and “Dirty Dicks,” and Bad BO rapping about the hyges’ lacklustre hygiousness.
Bad BO has also been vocal in his support for the hygans, telling his fans, “I don’t care if you are a hygiast or a hygie.
You can f–ked up your hygis.”
And Bad BO and the group also posted an official statement on their Facebook page, saying, “The hygios are the most deserving, the most dedicated, and the most ethical hygietists in our industry.
We have no qualms about showing respect to them.”
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