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Our office is a busy place, even when there’s no little ones around. We have a staff of a dozen ladies and every day there’s plenty of work to get done, before, during, and after the kids are here. There’s floors and furniture and dental chairs to clean, dental tools to be sterilized, files to access, and all sorts of sterilizing to be done. Rails, chairs, tools, lights, anything that gets touched gets cleaned. And all that work gets noisy and of course when the doors open, our office can be rambunctious. If you’re at all familiar with our office, you know what I mean. Rambunctious isn’t a bad word, it just means that working in a pediatric dental office is not for the faint of heart. It takes a lot of patience and heart to work with little kids, many of whom would rather be catching frogs, hosting tea parties, playing video games, or helping out Mom and Dad around the house. Now throw in the excitement of Christmas and the little ones are as excited and rambunctious as they’ll ever be in 12 months.

Right now the office is closed for our Christmas and all of us are looking forward to the peace that comes with a well-earned break.  However, I for one will miss the rambunctiousness of the office. I love the joy that comes from giving a high five to a little one that just scored a perfect checkup, or from the smile of a Mom or Dad, Aunt or Uncle that just heard that good news.

That’s life here at our pediatric dental office and I’m sure your job, your career can be just as exciting, and just as rewarding. And I hope all of you take some time this Christmas season to take a deep breath, hug those you love, and enjoy the peace of the season.

“For to us a child is born, to us a son is given; and the earth shall be upon his shoulder, and his name shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” ~ Isaiah, 9, verse 6

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

~ Mark