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Britt Baker's dentist office: Is the AEW star a real dentist?

Max Seeley March 18, 2021
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Is Britt Baker a real dentist? The All Elite Wrestling star is currently in the limelight after her bloody match with Thunder Rosa and fans are curious whether Britt Baker moonlights in a dentist office.

Britt Baker and Thunder Rosa were the first women to headline an All Elite Wrestling show this St.Paddy’s Day.

While Thunder Rosa was the eventual victor, Baker took to her Instagram, telling her 250k followers: “The bad news is…you forgot to kill me. Face of the women’s division.”

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The Lights out/ Anything goes match saw both wrestlers take a lot of damage with chairs, tables and even a ladder.

The match has received a lot of attention with WWE star Chelsea Green sharing the picture of the bloodied Baker.

Britt Baker’s dentist office: Yes, she’s a real dentist

Many fans have been stunned to learn that, when Britt Baker isn’t giving everything she has in the ring, she works as a dentist.

However, because of the coronavirus pandemic, dentist offices have been mostly shut.

About her work as a (real) dentist, Britt Baker, said: “All dental offices are closed except for emergencies, so for me it’s actually kind of like a much-needed break.”

As you can imagine, juggling a wrestling career with dentist duties is no easy feat and Baker said that because of the closures, she’s had more time to focus on her wrestling career and promoting the matches:

“It’s kind of a nice, deep breath to give myself a second to breathe because I was going really, really hard as far as travelling and working and travelling back home and minimal sleep. So this is a nice recharge for me.”

According to her Care Dash page, Baker has an overall patient experience rating of 4.3 out of 5 and her dentist office focuses on “traumatic dental injury, temporomandibular joint syndrome (TMJ), abscessed tooth”.

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Max is currently studying Multimedia Journalism at Bournemouth University. Having played guitar for around ten years with different bands, he's always got a keen eyes on what’s happening in the music scene. Likewise, literature has also always played a large role in Max's life since reading On The Road as a teenager.