Team Demas Orthodontics December 2017



If you visit our office in the next month, you’ll notice a Christmas tree on display. It might look fairly ordinary, but look a little closer and you’ll notice some special ornaments that adorn its branches. This is the Giving Tree. From now until Dec. 13, the Giving Tree will be decorated with ornaments that have gift ideas written on them, each with an age range to direct the gift toward. Take an ornament, replace it with a gift, and your gift will be given to a teen who has faced unimaginable challenges. We’re partnering with LISA, Inc. (Living In Safe Alternatives) to bring these gifts to teens in our community. LISA, Inc. is a nonprofit that provides a safe, supportive, and empowering environment for Connecticut teens who are in the custody of the Department of Children and Families. Each year, 7,000 Connecticut children are victims of abuse. Through academic programming and safe housing, LISA, Inc. helps these teens learn how to take care of themselves, to set up and maintain a home, to get and keep a job, to connect with themselves and others, how to dream of what’s possible, and most importantly, how to achieve it. LISA, Inc. believes every person has the potential to succeed. If you’d like to make a donation, please pick up an ornament when you visit us, now through Dec. 13. Our office will be closed from Dec. 18 through Christmas to honor the holiday, so be sure to pick your ornament from the Giving Tree and replace it with a gift before Dec. 13 if you’d like to participate. Merry Christmas, and thank you for being a part of this season of giving back!

Tracy is a Southington native and one of our orthodontic assistants. She has nearly 20 years of orthodontic experience – ALL of it in Southington. Tracy came to orthodontic work almost by accident. She walked into an office one day and just started learning. Her experience helping thousands of Southington patients reach their goal of a great smile demonstrates it was a great decision. It is always important to connect with patients. Tracy has a unique way of doing this. With three boys ranging in age from nearly 20 down to a toddler, she can relate to anyone who comes into the office. She does have a full house, as she and her husband, Josh, also have a dog, two cats, and two ferrets. Tracy enjoys activities with her family that include camping, kayaking, and skiing. She is also an avid Red Sox and Patriots fan. TRACY

We know you will love having Tracy bring great smiles to Southington.

“I want to change people’s lives by creating beautiful smiles.”

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