"Saya pergi ke dokter gigi kemarin."
Translation:I went to a dentist yesterday.
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I've NEVER heard a native English speaker use "a dentist" to describe this situation. We always use "the dentist." It us understood, than, that we're referring to "our" dentist. In fact, if you say, "I went to a dentist yesterday," the listener will expect there to be more information about "a strange, new dentist with some sort of unorthodox treatment."