Murphy's laws of dentistry

The easier a tooth looks on radiograph for extraction, the more likely you to fracture a root tip.

The shorter a denture patient, the more adjustments he or she will require.

The closer it is to 5:00 PM on Friday, the more likely someone will call with a dental emergency.

The cuter the child, the more difficult the dental patient.

Parents who typed their child's medical histories are trouble.

The more you need a specialist, the less likely they are to be in their office.

When a patient localizes pain on one of two teeth, you will open the wrong one.

The less a patient needs a procedure for dental health, the more the patient will want it >> 
e.g. anterior veneer vs posterior crown.

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