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Get Back to Oral Health With a Visit to Our Open Dentist Office [LETTER]

We are proud to once again be an open dentist office in Mount Laurel. It has been a difficult past few months, and we know there may be more difficult months to come. Being back in the office and seeing your smile will definitely begin to put things right! With that in mind, we hope you’ll prioritize your oral health soon by scheduling a routine cleaning and exam.

Call Friendly Smiles Center today at 856-359-4000 or fill out our online form to schedule your appointment in Mount Laurel, NJ.

 

Dear Patients:

We are so very excited to announce that we are once again able to provide dental services for you, our valuable patients. Friendly Smiles Center will reopen on June 14, 2020.

While things are certainly not “business as usual,” we wanted to let you know we are here for you in our clean, comfortable, and safe environment. Our standards are well “above and beyond” what the American Dental Association and Centers for Disease Control recommend. We love what we do and the people we do it for.  We are always here for you.

This high level of service is just one of the many ways that we are supporting our community, and it is included in the excellent work that we do…we go through a comprehensive disinfection after every patient is cared for.

Dr. Robert Chase and all team members here at Friendly Smiles Center will continue to go above and beyond for our patients…it is second nature. For this and many other reasons, many of our patients have trusted their care with us for years.

We very much look forward to seeing you, your family, and your friends very soon.

Sincerely,

Dr. Robert Chase

Friendly Smiles Center

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