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Donald W. Davison, DDS   FAGD

50 Tom Miller Rd., Plattsburgh, NY 12901

(518) 561-6123     davisondds.com

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Let me introduce you to my wonderful staff.  

My assistant the last 15 years is Cindy.  She is a mom of 3 and lives up north in the Miner Farm area.  If you like crafts or especially camping, she’s the one to talk to.  She’s worked chairside with me so long she knows what I’m going to do before I do.  

My  receptionist is  Deanna.  She has many local ties with her husband's family from Ausable Forks, two grown children and even a couple of grandkids! She must really love those folks because she is from Florida but lives here.  That, or something about the witness protection program...  

My part time assistant / receptionist is Leigh.  Leigh suffers from "Hereditary Dental Office Syndrome" (I just made that up) as her late father was the well known and respected dentist in Plattsburgh for many years, Dr. Robert Graves.   She and her husband were my landlord at my first location 20+ years ago.  She has vague recollections of me with more hair and less gray...

Debra and Linda are our part time hygienists and helps us out a few days a month.   They both do a great job and couldn't be more pleasant to work with.  You'll see.  If you see Deb in the morning you know it's Wednesday and if Linda it must be Thursday.  If both, something went wrong.

My full time dental hygienist is Kathy.  She has years of dental experience from chairside assisting to front desk manager to now Registered Dental Hygienist.  She received several honors and awards in hygiene school and one instructor told me she'd be a wonderful addition to my staff and she is!  She and her husband are from the Altona area, have a grown son, and operate their own business "Cumberland Corners Self Storage" .  She can help you improve your dental health, and store your Elvis on black velvet painting collection at the same time.  

Getting pictures of your staff is like pulling teeth.   Here's a bit of an office scrapbook.

 
                                                Member American Dental Association, New York State Dental Society, Fourth District Dental Society, Adirondack Dental Society, North Country Chamber of Commerce.