DR. DON LIBERTY stands in a patient exam room at 4913 Golden Foothill Parkway in El Dorado HIlls. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

Healthy Trends 2014

Take the liberty of using a top-notch dentist

By From page HT8 | January 24, 2014

Let’s face it – undergoing dental procedures isn’t the most pleasant experience out there. But with the right care, an honest and kind dentist, and top-notch technology, oral surgery doesn’t have to be that bad. At Golden Foothills Oral & Facial Surgery Center in El Dorado Hills, Dr. Donald Liberty knows exactly what it takes to lessen the stresses of wisdom teeth extractions or jaw trauma surgery. Dr. Liberty puts the patient first and uses his best sincere judgment to make an oral surgery experience the best that it can be.

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