Our dental office walls were painted green and gold – popular colors several years ago – but the office gets a lot of traffic and it was looking worn. Time for a change of color and a facelift! We had the entire office painted light gray (Benjamin Moore’s Wickham Gray, HC 171, to be exact) with bright white trim (Benjamin Moore’s Ice Mist, OC 67). What a difference! The office looks so bright and cheery. It makes us happy to be at work making equally bright and cheery smiles. We added lighter furniture, eliminated some excess (always a good thing). We still have our abundant windows that in this season frame the beautiful red and yellow fall colors of our gardens. We also continually update our equipment – recently adding a new ProSelect scaler to help us serve you more comfortably and thoroughly.
Many people have asked us about and admired the watercolor paintings that cover our walls. The paintings were done by my husband’s aunt many years ago. Most were painted on Cape Cod and are of the sea – so appropriate to Long Island. The larger lithographs on the mantle, in the bathroom, and in the treatment room were painted by local artists. I actually won these paintings several years in a row in a raffle drawing benefitting the Three Village Community Trust (http://www.threevillagecommunitytrust.org/) at their yearly dinner benefit at the Neighborhood House. This organization’s mission is to “acquire and restore sites and structures that contribute to our community” and to “protect our natural resources by preserving wetlands and shorelines, green spaces and farmland.” – Goals that are dear to my heart.
Come pay us a visit – the decor will make you feel welcome even before you meet our fabulous staff – Linda and May.
We welcome you to our office