When I drove into our parking lot I had to chuckle, “Doughnuts at the dental office?!” hmmm, maybe we can use this . . .
I must admit I’m not a big fan of doughnuts. Maybe I should clarify. I hate doughnuts. Can I go on? In my opinion, Doughnuts should never be eaten, or especially given to children. I will be bold enough to say they should never be fed to the elderly. As a dental professional I know that doughnuts not only cause cavities, but a host of other aliments. Hmm, this could be an interesting list.
- Heart Disease
- Bad Breath
- Low Libido
- Colon Cancer
OK, maybe I’m getting carried away with the list, but I think we need to just say no to Dunkin’ Donuts and Krispy Kremes doughnuts a bit more. I would like to think that Seasons of Smiles dental is a doughnut free zone, that is, except for our parking lot. 🙂
Norman Medina DDS, graduated from Loma Linda University Dental School in 1994. He has been practicing dentistry in Midcoast Maine since 1994. He and his wife Lanita have four children.