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Car crash into dental office

The Popular Mechanics headline reads, "This Might Be the Weirdest Car Crash Ever."

Indeed, earlier this month, in Santa Ana, California, the early-morning driver of a white Nissan Altima traveling at high speed, and likely under the influence of drugs, hit a concrete median, launching his car into the second floor dental offices of Dr. Thanh Q. Nguyen. The office, which briefly caught fire, was closed at the time.

Incredibly, both the driver and his passenger suffered only minor injuries, giving us leeway to have a little fun with the photo above.

With this photo, DOCS Education and Incisor inaugurate our NitrousOh! Photo Caption Contest in which we invite readers to draw on their creativity and sense of humor to recommend laughable photo captions.

Our first competition, "Car Crashes into Dental Office," is now open and will remain open until 11:59 pm Pacific on Tuesday, February 6th. To submit your entry, click here. No purchase is required, and multiple entries are invited.

Nitrous OH Logo The best submission, as judged by the editorial staff of Incisor, will receive a free photo canvas featuring the We Believe in Smiles™ photo of the winner's choice. These 16x20 photo canvases, valued by Photobucket at $179.95, make a great addition to the décor of any dental office.

More than 300 We Believe in Smiles™ photographs are currently available for the winner to choose from. You can browse the entire WBIS collection here.

Daily on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, the We Believe in Smiles™ campaign posts a fresh portrait of an individual (or individuals) who reminds us all of the magic of a healthy smile. DOCS Education is proud to be the founding global sponsor of WBIS, whose message is simple: No politics. No marketing. No B.S.

By the way, in the unlikely event that you are not yet 18 years old, please have a parent submit your entry for you. Rules are rules.

Photo Credit: Orange County Fire Authority

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