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Heartland Dental Care Affiliates with the Leading Atlanta Dentist, Goldstein, Garber and Salama, LLC

Leading dental service organization welcomes cutting-edge affiliate

EFFINGHAM, Ill., Dec. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Heartland Dental Care, a leading dental service organization, is pleased to announce its recent affiliation with Goldstein, Garber and Salama, LLC, Atlanta, Georgia's premier dental office offering first-class wellness and cosmetic dentistry.  

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Goldstein, Garber and Salama, LLC began almost one hundred years ago in 1929 by Dr. Irving H. Goldstein who was one of the earliest dentists that taught and practiced conservative and preventive dentistry.  Fast forward thirty years later, and in 1959 Dr. Irving's son, Ronald Goldstein, DDS, revolutionized the office, and soon the dental industry, by recognizing the benefit and even necessity of having virtually all the specialties in dentistry represented in one office. 

The visionary Goldstein, Garber and Salama, LLC quickly earned worldly recognition with patients and dental leaders for their forward thinking approach to dentistry. "Our five-star team is proud to boast we have three dual trained dental specialists under one roof. This rare combination has brought our practice international recognition as pioneers in modern, comprehensive dental care," explains Ronald Goldstein, DDS of Goldstein, Garber and Salama, LLC.  "Our successfully unique approach allows us to offer patients the best and most unique solutions to their dental obstacles, without ever having to refer them out."

"Additionally, the team has six dentists who have advanced training in their respective fields with a particular emphasis on orthodontics, periodontics, implant dentistry, prosthetics and cosmetic dentistry," explained Richard E. Workman, DMD, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Heartland Dental Care. "They are a powerhouse of patient care and we are looking forward to learning more about the significant advantages they offer patients that combine and expedite their therapies."

Heartland Dental Care and Goldstein, Garber and Salama's commitment to excellence makes this affiliation a perfect fit.  Like Heartland Dental Care, Goldstein, Garber and Salama, LLC and team also understand and value the importance of continuing education and leadership. Goldstein, Garber and Salama's widely recognized dental experts also execute the fastest growing online education site, DentalXP, offering online lectures, online educational videos, articles, product information, and online courses.  "Much like HDC, we are advocates of constant and never ending improvement," said David A. Garber, DMD of Goldstein, Garber and Salama, LLC. 

Maurice Salama, DMD of Goldstein, Garber and Salama, LLC added, "Sharing our skills while inspiring others to be leaders ensures that dentists of all walks understand the importance and necessity of delivering the greatest dentistry to their patients at the absolute highest level."

"Affiliating with the industry leading, Goldstein, Garber and Salama, LLC, is a monumental milestone for HDC," explains Patrick C. Bauer, President and Chief Operations Officer of Heartland Dental Care. "Goldstein, Garber and Salama, LLC is a superbly built organization based on first-class patient care. They are forging new ground in this industry and we couldn't be prouder to be alongside of them."

With a vision much like Heartland Dental Care's, the affiliation between the two is nothing less than perfect. 

About Heartland Dental Care

Heartland Dental Care, LLC. is one of the leading dental services organizations in the United States with 380 affiliated dental offices located within 19 states. Based in Effingham, Ill., Heartland Dental Care supports affiliated dentists and team members by offering continuing professional education and leadership training along with a variety of administrative services including staffing, human relations, procurement, administration, financial, marketing and information technology. For more information, visit www.HeartlandDentalCare.com Follow Heartland Dental Care, LLC on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

For more information, contact:
Ashley Buehnerkemper, Community and Brand Manager
(217) 540-5653
[email protected]

SOURCE Heartland Dental Care

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