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Leading Dentist in Lexington Celebrates More Than Three Decades in Dentistry

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Lexington, KY dentist is excited to celebrate 34 years practicing general dentistry at his thriving office on "Prosperous Place."

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LEXINGTON, KY, August 08, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Reaching five years in business is a significant accomplishment for any small business in America, so being in business for over 30 years like Dr. Charles I Emrich, PSC of Charles I. Emrich & Associates in Lexington, Kentucky is an amazing feat by most standards. Dr. Emrich is excited to announce that he has officially been in business for 34 years and still going strong.

Dr. Emrich specializes in all forms of general dentistry for his Lexington, KY dental patients. He does crowns, bridges, tooth extractions, root canals, fillings and removable dentures as well as porcelain veneers, orthodontics, teeth whitening and other cosmetic procedures. He helps patients who come into his office with severe jaw pain who will benefit from TMJ/TMD treatments. He is also an emergency dentist, providing urgent services to people who have unbearable dental pain or injuries that need immediate attention.

In an atmosphere where consumers are increasingly complaining about businesses and problems with customer service (Consumer Reports has found that customer complaints are on the rise), Dr. Emrich's dental practice is still thriving after three decades in business. Dr. Emrich believes his long-term success as a Lexington, KY dentist is due to maintaining positive relationships with his patients and the community in general. He is committed to providing each patient with a caring and friendly dental experience.

"Having a good bedside manner is very important to having a successful dentistry. My patients know that when they come into my office they will have a friendly and comfortable experience," he says.

Lexington, KY dentist Dr. Emrich takes his time to get to know each new patient, one-on-one, to understand his concerns and dental goals. He understands that each case is different and he is sensitive to the dental anxieties and financial concerns of his patients. The office offers flexible payment plans to qualified patients in need.

For a dentist Lexington area residents have trusted for 34 years, new patients are encouraged to call Charles I. Emrich & Associates to schedule an initial appointment at 859-263-8888 or visit http://www.dremrich.com to request an appointment time online.

About Charles I. Emrich & Associates: The offices of Charles I. Emrich & Associates are located on a road that's appropriately named "Prosperous Place." This modern dentistry has been in business for 34 years and counting, serving the Lexington community with quality dental and oral care. Dr. Emrich graduated as the president of his class from the University of Kentucky School of Dentistry in 1979 and has been practicing ever since.

Media Contact
Charles I. Emrich & Associates
131 Prosperous Place, Suite 20-A
Lexington, KY 40509-1853
859-263-8888
http://www.dremrich.com

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