The Holidays are a time to reflect and be grateful. I’m grateful all year long, but like most of us, I tend to reflect more specifically on what I’m grateful for during the holiday season starting with Thanksgiving, one of my favorite holidays, and continuing on through the New Year.
I am thankful to be blessed with a wonderful family. My wife, two daughters, son in law and my beautiful new granddaughter, and don’t forget Riley – my beagle. They are my greatest blessings.
What a privilege it is to watch a family grow. For the past 38 years (and counting) I have had the privilege of watching families grow in my dental practice. You all keep me young! It seems amazing to me to be treating the children of some of the children I began with so many years ago, who have grown and now have families of their own. Where did the time go?
I am thankful for a lovely office near the shore in Old Saybrook, Connecticut, where we experience the beautiful four seasons of New England.
I am thankful for my warm and competent staff, who keep things running smoothly always.
I am thankful for all the advances in dental technology I have been privileged to witness over the years.
I am thankful for the wonderful patients I have been able to care for, helping children stay healthy dentally is sometimes a challenge and always a joy.
I hope you enjoy this Holiday season with your loved ones and reflect on what it is you are grateful for.
I’ll leave you with these 5 Dental Tips for the Holidays;
1. Crack nuts with a nutcracker, not your teeth
2. Teeth make horrible bottle openers.
3. Caramel popcorn balls are too sweet.
4. Brush and floss your teeth after the pies, fruit cakes, and cookie platters.
5. Don’t bite Candy Canes.
Credits; 5 dental tips from Top3Dentists.com
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