Keeping in touch by blog!

Thank you for spending a few minutes and checking out my blog!

This is a great way for me to keep you informed about what's new at Oakdale Dental.  You'll find stories about todays dentistry and how it can make your life better and healthier, and sometimes some random thoughts I hope you find interesting. 

If you are already one of my patients, let me know what you think.  Any topics you would like to read about or questions you have, just send me an email.There is lots of information already on this site and my other practice website: Oakdale Dental! 

For those of you who I have not had the pleasure to meet yet, I'm glad to have here and feel free to drop by and pay us a visit at Oakdale Dental in beautiful Oakville.

So, come back once in a while...I try to post regularly and have some interesting things for you to check out and maybe a story or two to tell.



"Great things start with a smile!" Dr Rosenblat

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I love this time of year!

I love this time of year!  Most everyone is in a good mood, wishing my team members and myself a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.  All eagerly anticipate some time away from work or school to spend time with family and friends… no matter how stressful the preparations for those holiday gatherings can be.  The old saying that getting there is half the fun really is true as far as I’m concerned, as the holidays pass so quickly! 

At this time of year, especially this year, I want to forget about the economy and all the other big issues of the world for a short while and spend time with my wife and kids, with  no studying or work stresses to interfere because in the end, that is all that really counts. 

I’d like to thank my patients for allowing me to be a small part of their lives.  Thanks for sharing photos of grand children or weddings, or anecdotes about the latest accomplishments in your children’s lives, these all make my dental practice more than just about teeth.  And thanks for the continuing trust you show in the care we have been providing you.

And of course thank you to the great team of people who help me care for our patients.  I couldn’t do it without them.  They are simply wonderful.

And thanks to those of you reading my blog, whether a patient of mine or not.  I’ll try to keep posting new and interesting dental stories in 2010.

Remember, great things really do start with a warm, healthy smile!