As most of you know, I merged my practice with Dental Associates of Rhode Island in October of 2015. I took that step to make sure patients would be well cared for in case I became incapacitated, or just wanted to take a vacation.
With great reluctance, the time has come to holster my drill. It did come a bit sooner than I expected. The years spent bent over have taken a toll on my neck and back and the time has come to give them a break. I am still okay at this point but staying okay means I have to stop practicing dentistry. I have enjoyed being your dentist. Thank you for giving me that opportunity.
I wish you a long healthy happy life with no cavities! Brush. . . Floss . . . Brush . . . Floss . . . Brush. . . Floss