Dear Patients and friends,
I hope this letter finds everyone in good health and spirits during these difficult and stressful times.
As many of you know I have struggled with back pain for the last 18 years. Unfortunately, this past September my back issues got to the point where my pain levels and instability forced me to stop treating patients. I was hoping as with previous episodes that I would return to what I loved doing most- which was treating and being with my patients. Sadly, for your safety and mine, this was not to be…
Dentistry has been my passion and love for my career spanning 30 years. Together with my wife Sue whom many of you know, we started our practice with the commitment to bring you the highest quality, technologically advanced and safe treatment in a kind and caring atmosphere. Our pursuit has been pure joy and was never considered a ‘job’ for either one of us.
It is truly with great sadness that I must announce to you my patient family that I am retiring from the practice of dentistry. The time has come that I have no choice but to focus on my health.
I am so grateful that Dr. Wylie and Dr. Shannon and my entire staff will be there to carry on the tradition of excellence that we worked towards all these years. I know that I leave you in good hands.
I will sincerely and dearly miss all of you and hope that if you see me out there in our community that you will take a moment to say hello. You should be able to recognize me with my mask on!
Be safe, stay healthy and remember to floss
Eric Unger DDS