Dear Reader

Your February 2014 Newsletter

National Pet Dental Health Month


Congratulations to Bill Stallard,
our Grand Prize Referral Winner

"Here's How Our Royalty Referral Program Works..."

Our intention is to treat our patients like Royalty and the basis of our Referral Program is that every patient who refers a friend, neighbor, family member or co-worker to our office will receive the following Referral Rewards:

  • 1st Referral: A $25.00 Starbucks Gift Card
  • 2nd Referral: A $50.00 Barnes & Noble Gift Card
  • 3rd Referral: A $75.00 Fry's Gift Card
  • 4th Referral: A $100 Visa Gift Card
  • 5th Referral: A $100 American Express Gift Card or
    Free Lifetime Teeth Whitening (Priceless!), your choice

In addition to receiving Referral Rewards, your name will be entered into our monthly drawing to receive a $100 Check to Majestic Dentistry, Plus our Semi-Annual Grand Prize drawing to receive the following GRAND PRIZE:

A $500.00 Check to Majestic Dentistry

Each referral gives you one entry into the monthly drawing and rolls over every month into the Grand Prize drawing. So, the more you refer, the better your chances are of winning. There is NO LIMIT on your number of entries. Congratulations again to Bill Stallard.


What People Are Saying About Us


Patient Showcase

Name: Harold Gensler
Business/Occupation: Retired

Dr. Wolf:    Harold, you're 98 years old. What do you attribute your long life to?
Harold: My grandfather always told me to take care of my body. I've been running and lifting weights my whole life and I still workout and lift weights 3 days a week.
Dr. Wolf: You served our country during World War Two and you were awarded the Bronze Star Medal, which is awarded for heroic or meritorious achievement in a combat zone. What battles did you fight in?
Harold: I was in the Navy and fought at Okinawa.
Dr. Wolf: What was that like?
Harold: The Navy lost more men and ships in that battle than all of the previous wars, combined. It was hell!
Dr. Wolf: What's the one piece of advice you'd give someone who wants to live a long life?
Harold: Eat right, take care of your body, have fun and enjoy life.
Dr. Wolf: How would you describe your experience being a patient at Majestic Dentistry?
Harold: You're the best dental office I've ever been to. You make it feel very personable and I enjoy going to your office.

Hygiene Happenings


Sherry & Paula - Your Fabulous Hygienists

Does kissing your animal do more than just make you feel loved? Could kissing your animal be dangerous to your health? It is a great question with experts in the field expressing differing opinions. Despite recent studies about the transmission of bacteria between pets and people causing dental disease, many people continue to let their pets give them kisses. Kissing pets is popular, sensible or not. While disease transmission does happen now and then, it's usually more of an annoyance (such as ringworm) than a threat.

However, bacteria linked to periodontal disease are found in both humans and animals. Kissing your furry friend could lead to the transfer of those bacteria. If your dog or cat has opportunities to scrounge for food (particularly when they are outside) the more likely bacteria such as salmonella, hookworm and tapeworm are likely to be present. If bacteria are present there is the potential for it to be passed on to you. So next time you go to pucker up just put some thought into where that little guy's mouth has been. The myth that "your dog's mouth is cleaner than yours" may not be true. Also, regular dental hygiene for your pets will help prevent or reduce the presence of bacteria.

Don't forget that February is National Pet Dental Health Month and is a good time to get your little friend's teeth cleaned. While February is National Pet Dental Health Month, dental health should be a daily ritual for YOU all year long!


Final Thoughts

It is an immense privilege for my team and me to be of service to our greatest asset... YOU! Thank you for being a valued member of our office. We appreciate you!


Dr. Frank Wolf
Majestic Dentistry
(623) 551-6300