Dentist revolts with grossest teeth procedures on TikTok


He’s revealing the ugly “tooth” behind dentistry.

A California doctor is disgusting the masses by sharing stomach-churning videos of his grossest procedures, which entail everything from pulverizing plaque repositories to removing multicourse meals from tooth cavities. Clips of these gag-worthy procedures are amassing millions of views and even earned him comparisons to celebrity dermatologist Sandra Lee, a k a “Dr. Pimple Popper.” [Warning: Viewer discretion advised.]

In one gag-worthy clip with nearly 130 million views, the Los Angeles tooth doc — known as @thekidzdentist on TikTok — excavates the rotten abscess in a patient’s molar. First to emerge is an unidentified yellow crumb, followed by a mass of leafy greens like a microbial magician’s streamer.


Tartar Alert🚨This is severe Tartar build up aka calculus on the teeth. Major teeth cleaning with calculus removal shown here! Tartar can only be removed by a dentist or hygienest. Tartar is hardened plaque that is stuck on the teeth like calcified rock⚠️ It’s a mix of bacteria, food, & minerals from saliva. This severe case comes from years of not brushing properly. This can cause gum disease, infection, & bad breath😷 #dentist #tooth #teeth teeth cleaning plaque removal calculus removal on teeth rotten teeth tooth decay extraction abscess tooth removal cavity infection hole in tooth toothpaste teeth implants teeth care

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Another clip with over 104.5 million views a scraper to chisel away a thick coating of calcified plaque — a mix of bacteria, food and minerals — like a paleontologist scraping sediment off a dinosaur bone.

“Major teeth cleaning with calculus removal shown here!” he writes in the caption to the a-plaque-lyptic clip. “This severe case comes from years of not brushing properly.”

Perhaps the “crown” jewel of disgusting tooth videos involves coring all the decaying matter out of a tooth so they can perform a root canal.

The doctor removes food from a rotted tooth abscess.

“We’re going to the core of this tooth, baby,” @thekidzdentist declares as the video shows a drill removing the top of the tooth, revealing a decomposing brown foundation underneath.

The drill then scours all the rot out of the chomper like a miniature home remediation service.

“This is the first step to a root canal and what we have to do is open up the tooth, access it, make it all big, so we can use our drill and get all the decay out,” the tooth expert explains. “All this brown stuff, that’s some soft decay. That’s rot.”

This unsightly dental affliction starts with a cavity that develops into extreme decay caused by a combination of a proliferation of bacteria in your mouth, sugary foods and poor hygiene.

The clip concludes with the tooth technician finally reaching the nerve canals, which they’ll eventually remove to pave the way for the procedure.

Go figure: The TikTok masses were fascinated by the dental detox tutorials.

This patient had plaque for days.
This patient had plaque for days.

“Bro has his whole lunch in there,” exclaimed one disgusted viewer of the food removal clip.

“Alright. off to brush my teeth,” declared another.

One TikTok wit quipped that the “man saved a whole meal for later” in his abscess.

“That made my mouth hurt omg that looks painful,” commented one aghast fan on a plaque removal clip.

Some of his videos have amassed hundreds of millions of views on TikTok.
Some of his videos have amassed hundreds of millions of views on TikTok.

The Kidz Dentist isn’t the only doc garnering millions of eyeballs by documenting disgusting medical procedures.

Dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee, better known as Dr. Pimple Popper by her “pop-a-holic” fans, has amassed over 7.5 million followers on YouTube by posting videos of her — you guessed it — popping various types of pimples. She is also the subject of the hit TLC docuseries “Dr. Pimple Popper.”

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