Hough to Haider

Dr. Jeremy Haider has graciously offered to take over the care of Dr. Stephen L. Hough’s patients. Those are some big shoes to fill! Dr. Hough is well-loved by his patients and will be dearly missed, but he deserves every bit of his retirement. There are few dentists as dedicated and skilled as Dr. Hough. Dr. Haider will do his best to carry on his legacy!

Not to worry, Jodee, Bonnie and Katie are all staying! Let’s be honest, they are the ones keeping things running during the transition. We are grateful for their willingness to give Dr. Haider a try! Dr. Hough put together a fantastic team!

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