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We are very excited to announce that our general and cosmetic dentist, Dr. Eric Klumb, is now a General Member of the prestigious American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. This is a very special honor that signifies Dr. Klumb’s level of experience and commitment to offering patients advanced, state-of-the-art dental care.

The AACD is the largest international dental organization in the world. Its mission is to continuously further the progress of cosmetic dental treatment and help dental professionals provide their patients with the latest cosmetic dentistry techniques. Membership in the AACD allows Dr. Klumb access to continuing education and training on advanced procedures and products, helping him stay abreast of emerging trends and how new treatments can benefit patients. Ultimately, AACD membership is indicative of Dr. Klumb’s firm commitment to staying at the forefront of cosmetic dentistry and offering patients the best possible care.

Many members of the AACD are considered to be some of the best cosmetic dentists in the world, and Dr. Klumb is very proud to be welcomed into this esteemed organization!

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