’Twas the night before Christmas . . .
. . . and all through the clinic Nothing was stirring, Not even a toothpick. The rooms were all clean And tidied up with care, In hopes that new patients Soon would be there. The hygienists’ tools were nestled, All snug in their trays Dreaming of smiling patients Sitting under the light rays. No cleanings to do, No teeth to cap The teams are all home, For a long winter’s nap. When out in the office, There arose such a clatter, The phone was ringing With a serious matter. Quick as a flash, The dentist was woken A patient in need, A tooth was broken. Then what to that patient’s eyes did appear The dentist has come, With all of the gear. Wearing a smile And an X-ray so quick, Showing care and kindness, It could have been St. Nick! Keeping patients calm And completing quick work, Having a Smiles Dental dentist Is quite a nice perk! A wink of the eye, A nod of the head, Our patients know, They have nothing to dread. From the team in the front, To the clinicians in the back, One is always welcome, Even with plaque. The dentist waved under the Smiles Dental light, “Merry Christmas to all — may your smiles be bright!”