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Grand re-opening of Dr. Rones’ dental office

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Jonathan Rones, DDS, who specializes in cosmetic and implant dentistry, is celebrating the grand re-opening of his office at 1231 S. Parker Rd., Suite 105.

“We’re really looking forward to serving the local community and bringing access to the highest quality, full-service, state-of-the-art oral health care to the area,” said Rones.

“We hope to make going to the dentist an easier, more convenient and gentle experience for people who live and work in the community.”

Rones has practiced dentistry for 16 years, having graduated from the University of Maryland in 1990 and its School of Dentistry in 1995.

Rones did a one year residency in Albany, NY. He moved to Colorado in 1996. After spending a few years as an associate dentist, he acquired a practice in 2001.

Dr. Rones provides treatment ranging from cleaning teeth to fillings, root canals, removing teeth, placing implants and make dentures.

Dr. Rones has averaged over 50 hours of continuing education a year since 2007.

He is a member of the American Dental Assn., the Colorado Dental Assn., the Metropolitan Denver Dental Society, Academy of General Dentistry, Colorado Prosthodontic Society and the Denver Implant Study Club.

Information: (303) 597-9700.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 17 May 2012 02:34 )  

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