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Happy Holidays, Our office will be closed from December 21st, 2015 until January 4th 2016

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Happy Holidays from Clay Dental

and the most wonderful New Year!

We will be closed from December 21st, 2015 – January 4th, 2016

feliz Navidad

y el más maravilloso Año Nuevo!

Nuestra oficina se encontrara cerrada desde 21 diciembre 2015 a 4 enero 2016

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