Glazer Family Dentistry

It's Fall Y'all!

October 1, 2018
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Posted By: Dr. Glazer

We’ve had a busy last few months, it’s time for another update! This past weekend we participated in the 10th annual Murphy Maize Days. For those who don’t know, Murphy Maize Days is a community event that has something for everyone: vendors, food trucks, live music, and a firework display to top it all off. It’s always great to the see Murphy and the surrounding communities come together and celebrate the fall months. One of our favorite aspects of the event is interacting with the community, seeing familiar faces, and meeting new ones. This event is something our office looks forward to every year and we already look forward to participating next year.

A few months ago, we participated in a Dallas/Ft.Worth wide contest sponsored by DFWChild Magazine. Well, the results are in and thanks to everyone for voting Dr. Glazer a “Mom-Approved Dentist”. It means a lot of everyone in our office to be honored with this community voted award.

Finally, as the year begins to wind down to a close, we want to remind our patients to maximize their insurance benefits for this year. Please call our office at 214-774-9906 to schedule any pending treatment.

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