Can you believe that spring is almost here? Weren't we just celebrating Christmas last week? The older I get, the faster time seems to move, and I often find myself wondering where does the time go? I really try and practice an attitude of gratitude each day, so I remember what is truly important and treasure all the blessings in my life. That is why I love spring. It is such a great time to renew, re-evaluate and revitalize!
- Renew your commitment to taking care of yourself, including your teeth and gums. Often patients will go to the doctor for a check-up, but will not visit the dentist because "nothing is hurting". If it hurts, it is probably to late for a filling!
- Re-evaluate your priorities when it comes to your dental health. Don't be that patient who would rather get your nails done than get your teeth restored. Don't fool yourself, a great smile can make a big difference in your appearance! Quick...think of someone you know who has missing front teeth. What was your first impression of that person?
- Revitalize your smile with whitening! Starting next month our office will be offering Sensational Smiles. Most whitening comes in the form of trays or strips which often take days or weeks. Sensational Smiles is a professional whitening system here in the office that is affordable and has great results. Be ready for summer by having your teeth whiten this spring! You deserve the best! Ask one of our team members for more information. You will be shocked at the price compared to traditional in-office whitening!
So as I enjoy April showers and appreciate May flowers, I will carry the joy of spring in my heart all year long!
During the holiday season, with all the things we have on our 'To Do' list, we often lose sight of the most important part of this season, our friends and families. Take time to create new holiday memories with your loved ones, but also remember to take care of yourself! Yes, we have to shop....and cook....and prepare the house for visiting relatives but take a few moments during your Winter break to just relax! Forget about those lights! Use a pre-lit tree! Live in the moment, because trust me, tomorrow will take care of itself! Keep the true meaning of Christmas close to your heart, by helping those less fortunate and giving thanks for the blessings in your life. Make one of your New Year's Resolutions to keep the spirit of Christmas alive throughout the entire year.
With the close of yet another year, I want to thank you, my wonderful patients who continue to support this practice. Each year we try and introduce new services that will provide you with comprehensive care. Six Month Smiles and Snap-on-Smiles have been wonderful additions to our practice services. I hope next year, more of you will find out the benefits of these treatments. We strive very hard to provide good service and welcome feedback that helps us grow. We look forward to maintaining your dental health, and showing you ways to improve your smile.
From the entire Overhill Dental Team, we wish you and yours a happy, safe and blessed holiday season!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
I hope you will take a few minutes to browse our new website and visit some of the great new features. On the education page there is a online library of videos and brochures that will explain each dental procedure in detail. Need to make an appointment? Try it online! Want to see how you can finance one of our cosmetic procedures? Click the Care Credit or Springstone button and you will be given information about afforable financing options. Are you a new patient? We have our patient registration and medical history forms avaliable online. Just click the "New Patient" button.
Over the past few months we have also made some changes here in the office. As many of you may already know we offer text and email appointment reminders. We are also on Facebook, so "like" us! Every Thursday I post a new dental fun fact!
This year we introduced two new cosmetic procedures, Snap-on-Smile and Six Months Smiles. Both will help improve your smile with minimum discomfort! You can find more information about these procedures on the website. I look forward to communicating with you in the upcoming months via this blog.
Yours in dental health,
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