Sabal General Dentistry May 2018

May 2018

321 S. 13th St., Ste. 101, Harlingen, TX 78550 |

(956) 428-5300


Fond Farewell Goodbye and Thank You

It is with mixed emotions that I announce this will be my last letter to you. My last day at Sabal Dental will be on May 25. Many patients are already aware of this transition, but I wanted to take this time to say a proper goodbye. I will never forget my first day at Sabal Dental. It will probably be the best first day I will ever have. As the new dentist, I had a pretty busy schedule, but I didn’t feel stressed out or overwhelmed. The entire team was awesome, each person lending a hand to guide me through the new environment and processes.

“One thing I will definitely miss about Sabal is this close-knit team.”

Don’t get me wrong, Harlingen holds a special place in my heart. I grew up in this area and will miss being a part of this

One thing I will definitely miss about Sabal is this close-knit team. From day

community. I’ve loved being able to support local baseball teams, hang out with co-workers that like to dress up for Halloween, and work with patients who sometimes surprise us with a homemade cake! While I’m looking forward to the fast pace of a big city and catching some Astros games, nothing will be able to replace the unique atmosphere that is Harlingen. Any sort of transition is always difficult, but I am confident that all of my patients will be well taken care of. Dr. Kassandra Gorena is an incredibly talented dentist, and as I said, the team as a whole is just amazing. The office is in great hands. It has been a pleasure to serve the Harlingen community and help so many patients enjoy long-lasting oral health and beautiful smiles. Thank you all for your support during my time with Sabal Dental. I wish you all the best of luck! – Dr. Gonzales

one, I always felt like they had my back, and I could clearly see how much they supported one another. They always make time to acknowledge each other’s accomplishments, and they even celebrate every single birthday. Every time a birthday rolled around, we would all pitch in to buy a cake and share a team lunch together. It’s uncommon to find a place where team members genuinely care about each other like that. Making the decision to leave was difficult, but ultimately, I realized it was the right thing for me. I’m moving to Houston. I haven’t lived there since I attended dental school, but recently I’ve been thinking about how much I love the city. There’s a sort of electric atmosphere that can be thrilling — if you don’t mind the traffic, of course. Plus, I’m a big sports guy, and I’m really excited to experience baseball and basketball season in a place where I can catch all the home games.

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