Addressing Two Married Doctors?

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According to Emily Post, there are several ways to address two married doctors. Assuming the doctors use the same last name, for example: The Doctors Smith, Drs. Michelle and William Smith, or Dr. Michelle Smith and Dr. William Smith. If the wife is still using her maiden name, address them as Dr. Michelle Jones and Dr. William Smith.
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