We are so proud of our dental assistant Alyssa 2, who recently graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Delaware. She is moving on the dental hygiene program at Del Tech in the fall, where we know she will excel. Congratulations Alyssa!(more…)
Wahl Family Dentistry Blog
June 17, 2020
April 13, 2020
Marilyn, one of our front desk people, did a wonderful job hand making Incredible masks for the rest of the front desk. Thanks Marilyn!(more…)
January 8, 2020
Grace Malavolta (#40), daughter of Dr. Peggy, and her U14 Powerhouse field hockey team did it again Saturday as they brought home the gold from the Spooky Nook indoor tournament in Manheim, PA. The girls won all four games they played and collectively disallowed a single goal past. Way to go, young ladies!
December 24, 2019
Dr. Peggy’s daughter Zoe (pictured in green) and her field hockey team PowerHouse, brought home the gold medal Saturday at the Spooky Nook indoor tournament in Manheim, PA. Zoe and her teammates allowed a mere one goal in five games played. Great job, ladies and way to go, Zoe!!(more…)
December 6, 2019
October 24, 2019
Zoë and Grace Malavolta, daughters of Dr. Peggy, and their JV field hockey team at Westtown School brought home the gold medal today at the 2019 Friends School League tournament in West Chester, PA. Grace (pictured at far left with orange headband) provided the assist to the game winning goal as Westtown beat Shipley School in the championship face-off game 1-0. Way to go, girls!
Zoe Malavolta (pictured on the right), 9th grade daughter of Dr. Peggy, received the MVP Moose trophy alongside her teammate as their varsity field hockey team went on to win their 6th game in a row against a rather scrappy Friends Central high school team. Although only a freshman, Zoe was selected this year as Westtown School’s goal keeper! We’re super proud of you, Zoe! Go ‘Town!!
September 19, 2019
Friday’s funeral for Joe Heller, a Connecticut town constable, snowplow operator, crossing guard, dogcatcher — and prankster. Monica Jorge for The New York Times
Our substitute hygienist Princess was kind enough to fill in recently for one of our hygienists who was on vacation. Princess is pictured here with our patient Prince, who had a filling by Dr Peggy.