A Complex Cleaning, by Russell Conover

I’m combining a theme of a long story I’m working on with the dental one from here.

A Complex Cleaning, by Russell Conover

“Your new patient is here, Dr. Wilson.”

“Thanks, Amanda. Send him in.”

Wilson’s jaw dropped when a bizarre creature entered his exam room. The thing had four arms and four legs, along with five eyes, a gaping hole for a nose, and a giant mouth. “Don’t hurt me!” Wilson cried.

“I mean you no harm,” the creature calmly replied. “I am from Pluto, requesting a dental cleaning.”

Wilson threw caution to the wind. “Sit down and open wide.” The creature did so. Wilson gulped when he gazed upon rows of two-inch, razor sharp fangs.

“Amanda? Time for some heavy artillery.”


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