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  • Dentists
    • B&B Dental Lab
        • Dentist listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • B. Hoffman, Dentist
        • Homer and Marge trick the kids into thinking they're going to Disneyworld, but actually take them to the dentist. (Season 8 episode The Secret World of Lisa Simpson)
    • Dentist
        • Generic dental service service on the wrong side of the tracks where Bart ends up after running away from Thanksgiving dinner. (Season 2 episode Bart vs. Thanksgiving)
    • Dr. Abbott D.D.S.
        • Kramer's friend Mickey's father, that tells Jerry: "Tim Whatley was one of my students. And if this wasn't my son's wedding day, I'd knock you teeth out you anti-dentite bastard." (Season 8 episode The Yada Yada)
    • Dr. Alfred Maritimo
        • He went past his principal place of business, which was Dwayne Hoover's Exit Eleven Pontiac Village, and he turned into the parking lot of the new Holiday Inn next door. Dwayne owned a third of the Inn - in partnership with Midland City's leading orthodontist, Dr. Alfred Maritimo, and Bill Miller, who was Chairman of the Parole Board at the Adult Correctional Institution at Shepherdstown, among other things.
    • Dr. Barry Farber
        • Orthodontist. Rachel's ex-Fiancé. (Season 1 episode The One With the Sonogram at the End)
    • Dr. Crentist
        • Fictional dentist Dwight makes up as his cover story for Michael when he goes to see Jan behind Michael's back. (Season 3 episode The Coup)
    • Dr. Frank Walburn
        • Orthodontist in Bob's building that comes to see him as a patient because his life is in shambles. (Episode Confessions of an Orthodontist)
    • Dr. Oberding
        • Diane's dentist that she mentions when she thinks she's going to die (Season 4 episode 21 Fear Is My Co-Pilot)
    • Dr. Robert Zubatsky
        • Sally the bank teller's dentist - his clientele were the sons and daughters of the privileged (episode A Substantial Gift)
    • Dr. Seisman
        • Dentist that Jerry's dentist Tim Whatley mentions during his appointment, whom he swaps assistants with. (Season 6 episode The Jimmy)
    • Dr. Swangron
        • Dentist. Just released from prison, John Muller masterminds a holdup at an illegal casino. The robbery goes bad, and the mobsters capture some of Muller's men and force them to identify the rest before killing them. Muller decides to leave town and hide. A chance encounter with dentist Dr. Swangron reveals that Muller looks exactly like a psychoanalyst who works in the same building, Dr. Bartok, the only difference being a large scar on the left side of the doctor's face. Muller sets out to impersonate Bartok, aided by the fact he studied psychoanalysis in medical school before dropping out. He takes a photograph of the doctor and uses it as a guide to cut an identical scar on his own face.
    • Landefrost D.D.S.
        • Dentist listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • Marion Ysu D.D.S.
        • Dentist listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • Miguel Montez D.D.S.
        • Dentist listed on Masuka's email from the DEA. (Season 1 episode Return to Sender), then again on coroner's report on one of the powerful women that committed suicide. (Season 1 episode Shrink Wrap)
    • Mortimer Gussman, D.D.S.
        • Dentist office on Commerce Street, where the siblings arrive in early '60s Dallas, Texas. (Season 2 episode Right Back Where We Started)
    • Oscar Hoffman D.D.S.
        • Oscar's Family Dentistry practice. (Season 1 episode Together Forever)
    • Purvis, DDS
        • Physician listed on the Gulfhaven Plaza Medical Offices sign. Some doctor names appear to be references to fictional doctors on Scrubs: Dorian for JD, Reid for Elliot, Turk & Cox. (Season 4 episode Don't Fade On Me)
    • Riverside Dental
        • Where Sarah finds Beth's old contact and tries to get the bot removed from her cheek (Season 4 episode The Stigmata of Progress)
    • Scott Banaca D.D.S.
        • Dentist listed on Masuka's email from the DEA (Season 1 episode Return to Sender), then again on coroner's report on one of the powerful women that committed suicide. (Season 1 episode Shrink Wrap)
    • Semi-Painless Dentistry
        • Dentist in Springfield, visible in opening sequence. (Season 1 episode Bart the Genius) Dentist office in the background when Kodos and Kang enslave the residents of Springfield. (Season 3 episode Treehouse of Horror II)
    • Silverberg & Schneider Dental Group
        • Dentist visible in the background on the Oracle world. (Season 4 episode Prophets and Loss)
    • Springfield Dental Complex
        • New record added 5/19/2022
        • Marge takes the kids and Homer to the dentist. NO MATTER HOW YOU BRUSH, YOU’RE DOING IT WRONG (Season 18 episode You Kent Always Say What You Want)
    • Tim Whatley D.D.S.
        • Jerry's dentist that converts to Judaism. (Season 8 episode The Yada Yada)
    • The Tooth, the Whole Tooth and Nothing But the Tooth
        • Dental plan at Princess Caroline's agency (Season 3 episode 5 Love and/or Marriage)
    • You Can't Handle the Tooth: Dental Extraction
        • Store next door. Tribute to A Few Good Men. (Season 7 episode There's No Business Like Mr. Business Business)

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