Yes, thank you very much!
Now let's think about dentists ...
This is a human fossil - a Homo heidelbergensis skull. Of course it is not the original fossil, which is kept in Natural History Museum in London. I photographed this copy in Zoo Hannover (Germany). The originally called "Rhodesian man" was found in 1921 in Broken Hill/Northern Rhodesia (now Kabwe/Zambia) in Africa. The Kabwe cranium is up to 300.000 years old. The poor guy had serious teeth problems and associated abscesses had decayed his upper jaw bone. He possibly died of an infection. One of the first known victims of rotten teeth.
In which period of human evolution the invention of the first toothbrush took place, is still an unsolved riddle - a riddle, which future scientist have to solve. It was a long hard way to evolve all the necessary medical inventions and technologies to solve teeth problems without causing a lot of pain - and still it is for most people a long and hard decision to visit a modern dentist.
Now let's think about the future: Do you want to die of an ear infection and look like that?
No, everything is alright here, but I should let have Pauli check my 32 teeth - just for precaution, before they will cause 32 deadly problems.