Sometimes, maybe even lots of times, it matters how you frame something. Take, for example, this business sign for drive-through dentistry on Santiam Highway in Albany.
With a little imagination, you can visualize how this could work.
There would be a drive-through lane with windows on each side, one for drivers with bad teeth, and the other for passengers.
An assistant would lean out of the first drive-up window, ask you where it hurts, run your credit card, and put a bib on your chest.
At the second window, you would put the car in park and shut off the engine. The dentist would lean out, drill in hand, and do the work. Gently, of course.
In a minute or two, you would be on your way.
If the patient was a passenger, the dental providers would work out of the windows on the right-hand side of the lane.
Or, you could put the picture in context, by using the proper frame. Like this: