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One cold January morning, I tripped and fell. My worst nightmare had come true: I had broken two of my front teeth! Among the other injuries of scrapes, bruises and a broken finger, my broken teeth were my biggest concern. Luckily, my roommate Karen was home and able to take me to her dentist, Dr. Cibischino.

From the moment I walked into the office, my fears were put at ease. Everyone in the office was so kind that I felt as if I was their only patient. It has been a long road to recovery but well worth it. Dr. C and his staff did such a great job on the temporaries that no one could believe that they were not my real teeth! Now I have porcelain crowns that look even better. If you were to meet me now, you would never know what happened to me that day.

Although I didn’t meet Dr. C and his staff under the best of circumstances, I am grateful to all of them for the wonderful job they did fixing my smile!

— Dineen Morgan

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