A day at the museum
Every time I go out, I've got teeth on my mind. A trip to the museum is no different. I spotted this at the Penn Museum:
Its the skull and helmet of a young man as he was excavated from his tomb, flattened by the earth above. The skull is over 4,500 years old and was found in the ancient city of Ur in Mesopotamia. If anyone out there is reading this --- do you notice anything peculiar about his teeth? Anything stand out to you? Let me know in the comments section below...
We're wrapping up another busy night here at Day and Night Dental. While we're shutting down for the night, me and the staff have been recapping this week day by day. What we all can agree on is that its such a pleasure meeting so many new and interesting patients every night. Thanks to you all.
It's my personal goal to make this dental office a second home for my staff and patients. When you let a guest into your home, what do you normally do? Offer a glass of water, something to eat ... ask them how they've been?
That's the philosophy of Day and Night Dental. My office is your home; stop by anytime if you need anything. You will always be treated as family.
Have a great night,
Dr Ross Norian
Dr. Ross Norian is the lead dentist at Day and Night Dental. He prides himself in providing the best care possible. Beyond clinical excellence, Dr. Norian prides himself in educating his patients about their oral health.