Holy hell. There’s a board-certified D.D.S. in each and every one!


1. 1962 Cadillac de Ville

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Engineered for style and comfort, the Cadillac de Ville is a bona fide classic, and look inside—goddamn! There’s Dr. Adam Eggleston, D.D.S, the owner of a private practice, ready to cruise that baby straight down the road.


2. 1955 Plymouth Belvedere

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The Belvedere was given a major overhaul that year, adding a telephone in the glove compartment, a V8 engine, and—believe it or not, who else could be in the driver’s seat but UCLA School of Dentistry alumnus and pioneering oral surgeon Dr. Jeff Christiano, D.D.S? The man himself!


3. 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air

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Dr. Larry Armstrong will be the first to tell you that he’s a card-carrying member of the American Dental Association. But, huh—he’s not in his office right now. My God! He’s lounging comfortably in the backseat of this vintage Chevy.


4. 1966 Aston Martin DB6

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Hundreds of thousands of dollars per model and—we shit you not—fully accredited dentist Dr. Karl Matthews up front with his dental assistant, Pablo.


5. 1962 Ferrari 250 LM

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Only 32 ever manufactured. Personally approved by Enzo Ferrari. But Christ Almighty, if it is’t real-deal American Board of Pediatric Dentistry member and four-star Yelp-certified dentist Dr. James Melrose sitting in the passenger seat upping the value even more.


6. 1956 Buick Super Convertible

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Well, fuck us sideways! Hand to God, the father of modern veneers, Dr. Henry Armstrong, D.D.S., is in the trunk of this genuine super convertible. Unreal.