End of the Year Catch-Up | Recapping Office Events

End of the Year Catch-Up | Recapping Office Events

As the holidays approach, the end of year appears to fly by. The last several weeks have been nothing short of busy here at Colony Square Dental Associates. However, in the midst of all the chaos we wanted to share with you some exciting things our team has had the pleasure of being a part of recently.

To kick-off the busy season, our staff teamed with the filmmakers at YouTube. We have been eager to film an in-office commercial that shows real team members at work, patients, and the many services and luxuries our office has to offer. We are thrilled to let you know the editing will be completed soon and it will be posted to our website and our new business page on YouTube. Please follow our office to find out the minute our video goes live. Filming was such a process and we are happy with the overall outcome and are delighted to share it with all of you.

      

After the video wrapped, our staff grabbed suit cases and headed to The Ritz Carlton Atlanta. We had the pleasure of staying there as we attended the annual American Dental Association (ADA) meeting. This year, it was right here in our backyard at none other than the Georgia World Congress Center! It is always inspiring to listen to motivational speakers, learn how to better manage patient care, and review the newest advances in dental equipment and technology. Although we juggled many continuing education classes, we managed to break away for team building activities and a few dinners to fellowship on a social level as well. ADA 2017 was a success!

To conclude our time spent together, Dr. Hochberg treated the staff to an unforgettable experience at The Decatur Glassblowing Company. Each team member had the pleasure of working alongside professional glassmiths who assisted with step by step direction to create one of a kind pumpkins, an ideal fall décor item. You can only imagine our delight once the glass cured and we were able to pick up the finished product. Each pumpkin was unique in color, shape, and size. (Dr. Hochberg swore his looked more like a tomato than a pumpkin.) It was a memorable experience for all and we are grateful for the quality time we were able to share as a team!

We are now attempting to wind down things for the holidays. Thank you for joining us on the 2017 recap. We want to wish you and your family a wonder-filled holiday season.

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