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Dr. David Ginn
Dr. Ginn is a general and cosmetic dentist who believes your smile is priceless. Through continued education and personalized care, he provides patients of all ages with the best dental care, treatments, and materials available.
Ginn Dental Care treats patients from Jeffersonville, Bloomingburg, New Holland, Sabina, and Greenfield, in addition to Washington Court House.
- General Dentistry
- Cosmetic Dentistry
- Children’s Dentistry
- Teeth Whitening
- Periodontal Therapy
- Ohio State University
- Case Western Reserve University
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