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Beautiful Dentistry throws Christmas party for patients.

Beautiful Dentistry

Salisbury dentist Dr. Hetal Amin-Patel and her staff at Beautiful Dentistry hosted a holiday party Dec. 4 to show patients their appreciation for trusting them with their care.

Over $1,000 in cash and gifts was raffled away at the celebration. Patel and her husband also donated $5,000 to The Rowan Medical Center Foundation.

Patel said, “We wanted to show our gratitude and appreciation to our patients for their trust and loyalty.  We have patients who have been with us for over 13 years.”

Over 120 patients attended the party.

Patel said she and her husband made the donation to the RMC Foundation to help support the community that has supported them for over 14 years.

Patients who attended the party said they had a great time and appreciate how the staff and Patel treat them like family.

The primary goal of Beautiful Dentistry is to understand the patient’s needs and help them make the right decisions.

The office is at 1401 W. Innes St. and be can be reached at 704-633-2612. The website is piedmontdds.com.

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