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Spring is upon us and we cannot be more thrilled! We have already begun decorating the office with flowers and bright colors for the season. We would like to wish all of our patients a very happy bring and we hope you are able to check out one of DC’s treasures–the beautiful Cherry Blossom Bloom!

As January comes to a close and we approach February, we want to wish everyone a lovely February. We have already started to deck out the office for Valentine’s day and of course, restocked our candy supply! We look forward to all the opportunities and new faces we get to see and experience this month. Happy February!

As we dive into 2023, we are tremendously excited about all the opportunities to come in the new year. While we were sad to take our holiday decorations down, we look forward to meeting new faces of patients and continuing to care for our lovely current patients. We wish everyone a joyous and successful new year!

As the cold winter months approach, we at Dr. Mary Ella Carter Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery would like to wish everyone a wonderful and joyish holiday season. Here at our office, we are excited to relax and spend time with family during the holidays and prepare for the exciting opportunities of the new year fastly approaching! Wishing safe travels to all and a Happy New Year!

As the days are getting shorter with cooling temperatures, we welcome in the crisp breeze, changing leaves, cozy sweaters and warm jackets. Here at our office, we are preparing for the upcoming season and all the wonderful opportunities that come with it. We have already started to decorate the office for Halloween and will soon start to decorate with equally festive Thanksgiving decorations. We have so much to be thankful for and look forward to this coming Fall. We look forward to seeing our patients back in the office and wish all our patients great things this coming season!

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