I know many of you were directly affected by the flooding. I am so very sorry. My own home flooded as well. Those whose homes did not flood are helping those whose homes did. Everyone is affected in some way.
I think, in these times that are trying our souls that it’s important to adhere to whatever normal that is. Our day to day routines that we struggle to return to. That means taking care of you, and finding time for yourself. Flossing is a part of that normal, and goes a long way in contributing to your overall health.
Also, not that many of you are thinking about your dental health, but don’t forget that we are approaching the end of the year when your dental benefits may be drawing to a close and renewing in January with new deductibles and maximums. If you need to have a cleaning, exam, or any restorative work to be done, take a minute and schedule it for the next month or two after things have started to calm down. If you’re not a fan of flossing and fillings, think of it like this-while you are in the dental chair you will have a moment to relax and catch your breath.
I also welcome patients who may have a dentist that they normally see, but has been displaced due to flooding and reconstruction. I am happy to help with your dental needs until your dentist is back on his or her feet.
Here’s to better days-and better weather