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Owens Periodontics: Kris Owens, DDS
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Congrats to Nell, who won our Patient Appreciation Drawing winner last quarter.  Enjoy your new fitbit!   #oralhealth   #dentist   #health  #healthyliving
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Thank you Dr. Owens for sponsoring our wonderful Administrative Professionals' Luncheon yesterday. We had a blast and loved seeing everyone again! A huge thanks goes to Eric Jentsch for catering a phenomenal Mexican feast for these wonderful teams. The food was amazing!
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Beautiful quote to start your Monday. #quoteoftheday   #motivationalmonday  
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It has been one month since John Fresh, our 'Change A Smile, Change A Life' winner had his life changing procedure done in our office with our amazing team. John, once homeless for five years never thought he would have an opportunity to get his life back on track. His health and oral hygiene deteriorated during this time. Through faith and support from his family and friends, John slowly transitioned to the life he has today. His 16 year old daughter, Stephanie nominated John for our campaign and we are so glad that she did. John is still in temporaries, but already he is standing taller and has more confidence than he ever expected. Once the implants have completely integrated, Mr. Fresh will receive his permanent restoration and a complete makeover. John also plans to share his story at his church as an example of how God is present in his life through the kindness of others. Thank you Dr. Colby Smith of Georgetown Dental and Jack Fountain of Star Dental Lab for donating your services and making a difference in someone's life. You are truly changing lives, one smile at a time. ‪#‎changeasmile‬ ‪#‎oralhealth‬ ‪#‎dentist‬ ‪#‎dentalimplants‬ ‪#‎allon4‬
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Pregnancy causes hormonal changes that increase your risk for developing oral health problems like gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) and periodontitis (gum disease). As a result of varying hormone levels, 40% of women will develop gingivitis sometime during their pregnancy -- a condition called pregnancy gingivitis. #dentalhealth   #oralhealth  #dentist 
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Focus on something positive today! #quoteoftheday   #dentalimplants  #dentist #dentalcare #motivation
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