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Welcome to Kenmore Dental Associates, LLP located in Kenmore, New York. Drs. Peter D'Arrigo, John Dobos and Scott Burke along with the Kenmore Dental team are pleased to provide the finest in dental care. We invite you to browse our website to learn more about our dental practice and we encourage you to join our patient family by scheduling an appointment with us. Call 716-259-1797
Patients come to Kenmore Dental Associates from throughout the Western New York area because they know they will always receive the personal attention they deserve. Each member of our team is dedicated to ensuring our patients feel well-informed and comfortable at all times. At Kenmore Dental, there are no surprises. We will never begin treatment or a procedure until our patient has had all of his or her questions answered and feels completely at ease. Furthermore, we participate with several dental insurance companies and offer a number of dental financing options to ensure a beautiful, healthy smile is within reach for all of our patients.
Whether you are looking for the most thorough dental cleaning and exam or ready to work with us to achieve the smile you have always dreamed of, we invite you to contact our office at 716-259-1797 or email us at [email protected] We look forward to the opportunity to care for you.
Dr Scott Burke | Dr. Peter D'Arrigo | Dr. John Dobos
Kenmore Dentist | Kenmore Dental Associates | 716-874-1826
2835 Elmwood Avenue
Kenmore, NY 14217
Dr. Burke has been my dentist for over three years now and I would recommend him to anyone.
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