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A Time to be Thankful

December 04, 2018 | Posted in Uncategorized | Be the first one to comment

Hey Everyone!

Well as usual with this time of year we've all been so crazy busy with work and preparations for the holiday season. Am I right that it always seems to speed pass us all in such a hurry with present wrapping, shopping, baking and list is endless! What I feel like we sometimes miss is how much we rely on one another to make all our Christmas lists worthwhile. What do I mean you ask?

We plan and get our hustle on for people we love and care about during the holidays. We make ourselves crazy out of love and appreciation for others. I have to point out the obvious that in our office there is so much of that going on. All of us have spent hours working on the Santa Claus Parade float, tree hunting, setting up our Christmas elf Ruby, decorating to make the office feel festive and finding ways to help out in the community.  It is such a beautiful thing to be a part of. We have created a work family that you would be hard pressed to find more caring people to work with. I know I'm getting a little sappy but in all honesty it's hard not to notice the laughter, hugs, and words of encouragement when you walk through the doors here. Not many people get to experience this in their day to day lives like we do here and you know what? We are grateful. Grateful for each other and grateful for each and every one of our patients. Personally, this is home away from home and I'm so proud to be a part of it all. 

We hope you find some comfort in knowing that you have chosen a dental office that cares for one another just as much as they care for their patients. We hope you take the time to notice just how special a bond we all share and we hope you feel like you're a part of something truly wonderful!

Merry Christmas friends and family! And Thank You as Always!


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