Dr. Paul Perella, DMD

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Patient Spotlight: A "Hope"-ful Journey

Joe and Cynthia Griner have been blessed with four healthy boys ranging from ages 24 to 11. But when they decided to add a little “pink” to their bunch, they discovered it wasn’t as easy as it used to be.Cynthia, the current Mrs. Elite American Dream, is the picture of perfect health. However, at 48, her eggs were not optimal. After a grueling treatment of trigger shots and hormones, her body began to reject the treatment and form cysts. It was clear to her and Joe (and Dr. McCarthy of IVF MD in Jupiter) that their only hope was to receive eggs ...

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A Very Thoughtful Thank You Note

We received a very thoughtful thank you card from a new patient, who also happens to be Dr. Perella's neighbor!"Dear Paul & Holly:I am so grateful for having you take over my dental care. My teeth are feeling great! I posted a 5-star Google review for you and look forward to sending you many more patients."-Most Sincerely, Richard

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Another satisfied patient!

We love what we do, but getting notes like these make our jobs even sweeter!Dr. Perella, Holly, Kelly, and Krys - I wanted to let you know how great my 2 visits to your office have been. I like the "homey" touches like the ceiling tiles and the music. You have all made me feel very welcome and I can see the excellent care you give everyone. Thank you all for being so kind and caring. Most sincerely, Richard

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Patient Spotlight: Wendy Derhak and The Pet Cottage

When a pet owner becomes incapacitated, who takes care of their pets? Family members may or may not want to take on the responsibility of owning a pet they never had the intention of owning. That's where The Pet Cottage comes in.The Pet Cottage is a non-profit sanctuary that provides guardianship for pets that have lost their human companions due to death, disability or military service. It was started by Wendy Derhak after she lost her dear friend, Joan, in 2012. Joan was an animal lover, and when she fell ill, Wendy took care of her three cats. Joan, who often helped her neighbors with their pets and ...

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