Dr. Mullins and the entire staff at My Family Dentistry would like to take a moment to wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas and a happy holiday season.
We know this is a busy time of year for everyone, and the meaning of the season can easily be lost in the rush to check everything off your to-do list.
In the midst of your last-minute Christmas shopping, cooking, and preparations for the big day, don’t forget to enjoy the quality time you get to spend with your family and friends.
Take a few moments to say thank you and tell those who mean the most to you exactly how you feel.
In this spirit, we would like to thank all of you.
We are so grateful to each and every one of our patients, and consider you all a part of our extended family.
We hope you have a safe and enjoyable Christmas and a very happy New Year!
Once the hustle and bustle of the holidays is past, it’s time to relax and recover. After all of those sweet holiday treats, get a head start on the New Year by scheduling the next dental appointments for yourself and your family.
Remember, you need to come in for a checkup every 6 months to take care of your smile! The team at My Family Dentistry is happy to handle any dental needs you may have.
You may even want to consider treating yourself to a late Christmas gift, like a tooth whitening or smile makeovers. No matter what your goals are, we can help you get the smile you have always wanted.
Thank you to all of our friends in the Knoxville area for supporting us and trusting us with all of your dental needs.
Merry Christmas, and have a blessed 2014!
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