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Dr. Michael Stoat
Dr. Michael Start
Says Dentistry Has
By Audrey C. Lodato
Post Staff Writer
Dentistry has changed drartfeally
from what it waa a gmnisim ago,
and dentists are adapting to those
changes. Dr Michael Stout, tl his
work with school children, Mhaa to
express that “dentistry is not a cruel
profession. We are the friends of
Dr. Michael Stout, a Salisbury
native, Joined Dr. Thomas Mack
in October He stresses
routine; cleaning, use of
flouride, and plaque control. MB also
performs restorative denti*tfy,4UCh
as bonding, routine fillings, Shdfoot
canal therapy; and lecuuSUMKlve
work, induding full and pMtlal
dentures and bridgework.
“We learn a lot from each other,’'
Dr. Stout says of his nlBli|Mlili
with Dr Mack, who has beeOfcrtcti
cing dentistry for more fh* »
years. “We’re able to share Mess
and get each ^other’s opinions on
the other can take over*the prac
Western Reserve ^Dwtd SehftHn
Cleveland, Ohio. Although hMhs In
Ohio for seven years, his goft has
always been to return to Charlotte to
practice dentistry — “for the same
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