Best dental quotes

He Said, She Said: The Best Dental Quotes

  • Every tooth in a man’s head is more valuable than a diamond. —Miguel de Cervantes, Don Quixote, 1605
  • I had very good dentures once. Some magnificent gold work. It’s the only form of jewelry a man can wear that women fully appreciate. —Graham Greene
  • The tongue is ever turning to the aching tooth. —Thomas Fuller
  • Happiness is your dentist telling you it won’t hurt and then having him catch his hand in the drill. —Johnny Carson
  • I find that most men would rather have their bellies opened for five hundred dollars than have a tooth pulled for five. —Martin H. Fischer
  • I’m always amazed to hear of air crash victims so badly mutilated that they have to be identified by their dental records. What I can’t understand is, if they don’t know who you are, how do they know who your dentist is? —Paul Merton
  • Faced with the choice of enduring a bad toothache or going to the dentist, we generally tried to ride out the bad tooth. —Joseph Barbera
  • The man with a toothache thinks everyone happy whose teeth are sound. —George Bernard Shaw
  • My health plan doesn't cover dental, so I enrolled my teeth as 32 dependents, each needing a complete physical once a year. —Robert Brault
  • A dentist at work in his vocation always looks down in the mouth. —George D. Prentice
  • If suffering brought wisdom, the dentist’s office would be full of luminous ideas. —Mason Cooley
  • I told my dentist my teeth are going yellow. He told me to wear a brown tie. —Rodney Dangerfield
  • I don’t get off on romantic parts. But I often think if I had had my dental work done early on, well, maybe. —Morgan Freeman
  • When fortune turns against you, even jelly breaks your teeth. —Iranian Proverb
  • Listen to the wisdom of the toothless ones. —Fijian Proverb
  • You don’t have to brush your teeth – just the ones you want to keep. —Author Unknown
  • Some tortures are physical
    And some are mental,
    But the one that is both
    Is dental. —Ogden Nash
  • For there was never yet philosopher
    That could endure the toothache patiently. —William Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing
  • We do have a zeal for laughter in most situations, give or take a dentist. —Joseph Heller
  • Adam and Eve had many advantages, but the principal one was that they escaped teething. —Mark Twain
  • If a patient cannot clean his teeth, no dentist can clean them for him. —Martin H. Fischer
  • An aching tooth is better out than in.
    To lose a rotting member is a gain. —Richard Baxter, Poetical Fragments
  • A man loses his illusions first, his teeth second, and his follies last. —Helen Rowland
  • Some old women and men grow bitter with age; the more their teeth drop out, the more biting they get. —George D. Prentice
  • The best and cheapest dentistry is when the right thing is done extremely well the first time and it lasts for a long time. —Author Unknown