Dr. Harris’ 12 yr old son Michael just won the 4th-6th grade Boys Grasshopper Basketball Championship. In addition, he was recognized individually by receiving the Outstanding 6th Grader Award. We were all very proud of him. Dr. Harris called his son “Champ” all weekend. He very much enjoys seeing his kids excel in sports.
Time to brag a bit on the oldest son. Congratulations to Brian Harris, Dr. Harris’ oldest child! He has graduated from Cibola High School. This may not sound like much, but with all the AP classes and sporting activities, it is a tremendous achievement. Brian played basketball throughout his high school years, and added tennis his senior year. In the words of his tennis coach, “In all my years of coaching, I have never seen anyone improve as fast at this sport than Brian has this year.” He made the Varsity team and went undefeated in all of his matches. Since the season ended, he continues to have a heavy interest in tennis and it looks like he may have a life-long hobby. He was one of only 25 students out of 700 to graduate “With Honors”, meaning an unweighted GPA of at least 3.5. Brian will attend Brigham Young University in Provo, UT this fall and study Biology. He plans to attend medical school and is interested in anesthesiology. Brian, you are loved and we wish you the best in your future endeavors.
We’ve been working double overtime at Harris Family Dentistry for the last nine months. Obviously it was worth it–look how cute their babies are! Congratulations to Helen and Teresa on their babies Arden and Troy.
Plaque is a sticky deposit of bacteria that is made from a combination of saliva, food, and liquids in your mouth. It can keep stains on your teeth and lead to gum disease. Plaque can start to form on your teeth just 4 hours after brushing, which is why we tell you to brush at least twice a day and floss daily.
“Sometimes your joy is the source of your smile, but sometimes your smile can be the source of your joy.”
― Thich Nhat Hanh
Our back office has been getting an uplift this winter. In with the new and out with the old. The walls have new paint, the patient chairs are new as well as the delivery systems and lights. New equipment means more comfort for our patients as well as more efficient delivery of dental care. Come in and try it out, see what we’ve done. We are sure you will like it–we sure do.
It is important to rinse your toothbrush with water after you brush. Don’t store your toothbrush in a drawer or container. Keep it in an upright position, if possible, and allow it to air dry until you use it again. These tips will help eliminate bacteria.