Dr. Kevin Poupore Jan. 2018


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CHRISTOPHER FRANCIS NARROW You aren’t likely to see

We started 2018 with one big scoop: Two new faces have joined our office family! Without further ado, let me introduce you to Nicole McCaffrey and Christopher Francis Narrow. NICOLE MCCAFFREY A Malone native, born and raised, Nicole attended Franklin Academy before getting her liberal arts degree from North Country Community College. She worked as a teacher’s

Christopher at the office during your next visit. This is because he’s only 2 months old and doesn’t yet have teeth of his own! However, if you want to see a picture of him, you can always ask his mother, Danielle, one of our wonderful dental hygienists.

assistant at Salmon River Central School for some time and spent the last 11 years as a pharmacy technician at Kinney Drugs. That’s right — we’ve stolen yet another technician from Kinney Drugs. Nicole’s husband, Matthew, is a self-employed electrician with McCaffrey Electrical. They have one son, Isaac, who’s 14, and two daughters, 9-year-old Allyson and 7-year-old Hayden. At home, Nicole is definitely outnumbered, and she says by comparison, the office is completely relaxing! “When I first walked in, I realized two things,” Nicole told me. “Number one, I have so much to learn. And number two, this is such a happy environment! The whole staff is always so cheerful. It’s all smiles, and I am so happy to be here.” Right now, Nicole is responsible for sterilizing rooms between patients, cleaning equipment, conducting new-patient tours, and performing initial X-rays for everyone. She’s a great help, and Nicole has her sights on expanding her dentistry career. “When I told everyone at the pharmacy I would be working at a dentist office, they were pretty grossed out. ‘Why would you want to work with teeth?’ they asked. But I think it’s fascinating! There’s a lot to do and a lot to learn. I want to get my New York state certification and be a dental hygienist one day.”

Christopher was born Tuesday, Nov. 14, at 7:54 a.m., weighing 6 pounds and 7 ounces. He surprised us all by coming a week early. That Monday after work, Danielle went to the hospital for a standard checkup. When the doctors discovered her blood pressure was really high, they admitted her right away. Danielle spent the night at the hospital, and early the next morning, the doctors decided to induce labor. “It all happened so fast, but I never had any worries,” Danielle told us later. “One of the nurses is a patient of ours, and the other nurse was my cousin, so I felt very comfortable.” Despite the rush delivery, young Christopher arrived perfectly healthy, with dark blue eyes and a whole head of hair. When Danielle came in the following week to introduce us to her first child, everyone fell in love with the little guy. We’ve adopted him as our office baby. As for Danielle, I swear she had a little halo around her — the glow of motherhood. Danielle claims she missed us and looks forward to coming back to work, but I wouldn’t blame her for wanting to stay home with Christopher a little while longer. With Nicole joining our wonderful team and little Christopher filling our hearts, it certainly feels like 2018 is going to be a great year. –Dr. Kevin Poupore

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