etsus dental hygiene nation was the latest to join the #DentalCleanse movement, and its #DentistNation hashtag has since become an internet sensation.
The hashtag was created by users of /r/_dentist_on_reddit, who post updates about dental hygiene events around the world.
On the day of the #dentalcleanse, the hashtag trended on Twitter, and has now been shared over 8,000 times.
As the hashtag is a hashtag that can be used in many different ways, its also possible for people to post their own dental hygiene stories, and many of these posts are sharing a similar tone and style.
The hashtags popularity is not limited to just the United States, however.
People from other countries also seem to be posting their stories and photos of themselves with their own #DontLetDentistsGo dental hygiene memes.
As you can see in the image below, it’s a popular trend in many other parts of the world, including Australia, the UK, South Africa, and Germany.
The #DONTLETDENTISLAND hashtag is also popular in the United Kingdom, as it is being used to share news of the coronavirus pandemic.
It was used to post the first ever viral picture of the British capital’s Euston Station.
The popularity of #DOTontLetIsland, however, is not restricted to the UK.
On Monday, Australia’s ABC news reported that it had had to take down a tweet because its users were posting a #DotDontGiveOut message on Twitter.
A message posted on a Twitter account belonging to a British man, named @KJHJ, who has also become a popular internet meme, also sparked controversy after it was revealed that the account had been using the [email protected] was posting his own picture of himself with a denture, but then he was called out for using the #notalldentists hashtag, which is the #selfie-sapping hashtag used by many selfie-stealing websites.
The tweet was deleted but not before the message was retweeted over 5,000 time and shared more than 11,000.
Some users on social media, like @johngy, have also started to use the hashtag in their own tweets.
A number of #dontletistshave also taken to social media to encourage other people to stop using the hashtags.
Some people have started to post pictures of themselves wearing the #noDentistry hashtag, while others have posted their own videos of them taking a selfie without their dental care.
Others have used the hashtag to share their own personal stories about the pandemic, such as this Australian who has been using it to share the news of her experience being sent home for not being able to have a proper dental checkup.
Dentism, also known as dental hygiene and dental hygiene law, is a social justice movement that has been around for centuries.
According to Wikipedia, the #PledgeDent is an online petition to end the use of dental hygiene in the UK due to a rise in tooth decay.
According the United Nations Development Programme, the dental hygiene movement is the largest social justice cause in the world and has been growing in popularity over the past few years.