My wife and I are in the process of selecting a new front door for our home. The house faces the west and our front door takes a beating from the myriad of weather challenges that come our way each year.
The door company has a website where you can load a photo of the front of your own house. You can plug all sorts of options into that photo and get some idea as to exactly what door, what color, and what window design looks just right for your home.
This will be the third front door we’ve had in the 27 years we’ve lived at this house. But a front door is important. Your front door is what sets the tone for how you welcome guests and address your neighbors.
As individuals a smile is our front door to the world. Here at the dental office we encounter people on a regular basis who are no longer able to smile freely or laugh loudly without a subtle but genuine inner haunt. Both physical and emotional pain is often rooted in some facet of dental disease or disrepair. People think twice about attending a class reunion because of their teeth. They shy away from job interviews because of their teeth. People give up on sharing themselves with intimate friends and family because of their teeth.
Life is too short to put up with weathered doors and hidden smiles. There are followable paths for you to address both of these issues. Why not make it a priority today?
Dr. Davis is especially good with kids. And his staff? Helpful, compassionate, and caring. They take care of business for you. Thumbs up. 10 on a scale of 5.