From all of us at the offices of Dr. Mark Freeman & Associates, we are delighted to introduce you to our dental practice and proud that you have chosen us to be part of your Oral Care Team. Committed to providing our patients with the best possible dental care, our staff is dedicated to improving their skills by attending continuing education courses involving the latest dental materials and procedures. It is our job to present you, our patient, with all the options of modern dentistry in a relaxed, family atmosphere. We welcome patients of all walks of life.
Here at our office, we believe that education is the key to a beautiful, healthy smile. Our goal is for our patients to be informed decision makers and fully understand any oral health issues they may face. That is one of the reasons we developed this web site, loaded with valuable information about dental concerns and treatment options. We encourage you to visit our site whenever you have questions about your oral health or the appearance of your smile.
Please feel free to call our office and schedule an initial hygiene appointment or a restorative consult with one of our caring team members. We are waiting to make you smile.
Congratulations to Mary van Harn
Congratulations to one of our lab techs, Mary vanHarn. Many of you may remember Mary. For some time, she worked up at our front desk in the afternoon while she was attempting to get her lab off the ground. Now her Dental Lab, James River Crown & Bridge has hit the big time. In the March 2013 issue of Richmond Magazine, Mary’s lab was written up for not only making beautiful teeth, but for the artful Dental Tattoos she has been painting within the porcelain glaze. Years ago, Mary started doing these little designs for some of our office staff including flowers, hearts, and lady bugs. Dr. Freeman’s Mother even requested a cute little flower on her molar crown so she could have the proud distinction of having gotten a tattoo (although not the conventional type). Pick up Richmond Magazine and check out Mary’s work on page 79. Chances are, if you crown was done by our office in the last 10 years, Mary might have been your porcelain artist. Read More on Our Office Blog.