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Dr. Kathy T Knox DDS

Dentist | General Practice

374 MAIN ST OTEGO NY, 13825
Practice Philosophy

Traditional Medicine




Dr. Kathy T. Knox is a General Dentist serving the Otego area for more than 10 years. Dr. Knox is experienced in Oral Cancer Screening, Dental Hygiene (Prophylactic Cleaning) and Periodontal Treatment. ...

Education and Training

Southern Illinois University A.S. Degree in Dental Hygiene 1981

Stony Brook University School of Dental Medicine D.D.S. 2003

Provider Details

Female English 15 years of experience

Professional Memberships

  • Professional Member American Dental Association
  • Professional Member NYS Dental Association
  • Professional Member 6th District of the NYS Dental Association
  • Professional Member Academy of General Dentistry
  • Professional Member International Congress of Oral Implantologists


  • Albany Stratton VA Medical Center General and Periodontal Practices

Dr. Kathy T Knox DDS's Practice location

374 MAIN ST -
OTEGO, NY 13825
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New patients: 607-988-6555
Fax: 607-988-2761

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