Dr. Nathan Mcguire DMD MS
Orthodontist703 First Street Kennett MO, 63857
Dr. Nathan McGuire is an Orthodontist serving the Poplar Bluff, Jackson, Dexter and Kennett areas for more than 8 years. Dr. McGuire is experienced in Braces, Invisalign, Laser Treatment, and Lythos digital ...
Education and Training
Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville D.M.D. 2004
Southeast Missouri State B.S. 2000
University of Louisville Master of Science - Orthodontics 2003
University of Louisville Orthodontic Residency
- Laser Treatment
- Retention And Retainers
- Orthodontic Disorders
- Surgical Orthodontics
- Invisalign And Invisalign Teen
- Digital Impressions
- Professional Member Southeast District Dental Society
- Professional Member Missouri Dental Association
- Professional Member American Association of Orthodontists
Dr. Nathan Mcguire DMD MS's Practice location
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Patient Experience with Dr. Mcguire
Great experience! Loved Dr. McGuire and his staff.
- Dawna a.
Prompt and good service.
- Kasandra w.
Fabulous service, best ortho office ever.
- Errynn h.
The summary of my experience will be that I know everyone here and I can trust them. They help you and provide you with what you need and want..
- Meghan h.
Everybody here has always been very friendly and the services are great..
- F. l.
he is good with kids and explains to parents to where they can understand.
- Sarah .
- T. f.
- J. b.
Very Easy and Wonder to work with.
- J. h.
Organized in a professional manner..
- H. h.
changed bands and wire.
- Barbara s.
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