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Lohr Family Dentistry, P.C.

Dental office

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2918 Hamilton Blvd
Sioux City, IA 51104
Last Updated: October 21, 2017

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About Lohr Family Dentistry, P.C.

To work together as a team to provide compassionate and comprehensive oral care to every patient who walks through our doors, in a fun, family friendly environment.   

To thoroughly educate patients regarding their oral health and preventative care.

To use the latest dental advances in technology to make dental visits as comfortable and as anxiety-free as possible.

To foster a sense of team unity between patients, staff, and community.

To be a positive presence in our community through volunteer work, donated dental services, and individual community involvement.

To strive for every patient to leave our practice with a healthy, confident smile.

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Lohr Family Dentistry

2918 Hamilton Blvd Suite 101, Sioux City, IA 51104

712-255-1163

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