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El Dorado Hills Dental: Exceeding expectations

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KIMBERLY COPE, R.N. and Dr. Jim Cope, D.D.S., stand in the reception area of their dental practice at 12220 Suncast Lane in El Dorado Hills. Dr. Cope offers patients the special option of IV sedation for major procedures. Their son, Ben Cope, will be joining the practice in July of 2013. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

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From page MED5 | September 28, 2012 |

The staff at El Dorado Hills Dental love dentistry. Period, end of story.

Well, not really. But it truly is where the story begins.

Established in 1987 by James C. Cope, DDS and his wife, Kimberly, El Dorado Hills Dental was just the second dental practice to come to El Dorado Hills. As the village communities grew and blossomed, so did the practice.
Dr. Cope graduated from Brigham Young University with honors, then graduated from the UC San Francisco Dental School in 1986, where he was awarded the UC Regent’s Scholar honor. He has been in continuous practice in El Dorado Hills, serving over 15,000 patients.

He is a member of the American Dental Association, the California Dental Association, the Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation, the El Dorado Dental Study Club (which he founded) and the Sacramento District Dental Society. The friendly staff and hygienists have years of experience, and share his passion for excellence and service.

The motto at El Dorado Hills Dental is: “Let us exceed your expectations!” And, according to patients, Dr. Cope, the hygienists and staff do just that, time after time. The practice emphasizes the importance of regular cleanings and taking care of any tooth decay — as having healthy gums and teeth is the foundation of a beautiful smile.

Other services offered include: IV sedation, crowns in a day, implants and cosmetic procedures that can restore youth and add a real sparkle to one’s smile. Billing of insurance and financial options are also available.

There are nice little touches at El Dorado Hills Dental to make your visit more comfortable, too. Movies on the ceiling can certainly relax one in the dentist’s chair. Patient comments frequently include the words “positive,” “beneficial,” “awesome” and “enjoyable.”

Proof positive that when one follows a passion to help and to heal others, the entire community benefits.

El Dorado Hills Dental is located at 1220 Suncast Lane in El Dorado Hills. Visit eldoradohillsdental.com or call 916-933-9080.

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