We will be open beginning May 11th

Post COVID-19 Reopening!

HI WE ARE GOING TO OFFICIALLY START SEEING PATIENTS ON TUESDAY MAY 18TH, 2020.

IF YOU HAVE HAD AN APPOINTMENT MADE IN MARCH, APRIL OR THE BEGINNING OF MAY OUR OFFICE IS TRYING TO GET YOU RESCHEDULED.  WE WILL REACH OUT TO YOU BY PHONE, THEN EMAIL.

PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL US YOUR PREFERENCES FOR A TIME AND DATE AND WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO ACCOMMODATE YOU.

IF YOU HAVE ANY DENTAL PROBLEMS WE CAN USUALLY GET YOU IN RIGHT AWAY SO PLEASE CALL.

WE WANT YOUR ORAL HYGIENE TO BE A SIMPLE ROUTINE PROCEDURE THAT FITS INTO YOUR LIFE SEAMLESSLY.  DUE TO THE VERY IMPORTANCE OF YOUR OVERALL HEALTH BEING LINKED TO YOUR ORAL HEALTH IT IS MORE IMPORTANT NOW THAN EVER TO KEEP UP ON MAINTENANCE. 

PLEASE SCHEDULE YOU’RE CLEANING AND CHECK UP AS SOON AS POSSIBLE SO WE CAN ALL GET BACK ON TRACK TO A HEALTHIER TOMORROW.

THANK YOU FOR BEING LOYAL PATIENTS.  TO SEE OUR NEW PROTOCOL GO TO OUR WEB PAGE.

WWW.FRANKCRAYMERDDS.COM

 

FRANK C RAYMER DDS

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