Penobscot Community Health Care (PCHC) is pleased to announce that Ernest (Jamie) Holden, DMD, has joined the staff of PCHC Dental Center, 1048 Union Street, Bangor to provide high-quality oral health care, including management of medically complex patients.
Dr. Holden received his undergraduate degree from Quinnipiac University and his Doctor of Dental Medicine Degree from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine where he completed a two-year Dental Residency Program, serving as Chief Resident in his second year. Dr. Holden is also certified in oral sedation.
Philip Higgins, Jr., DMD, Chief Dental Officer, states, “PCHC’s Dental Center is pleased to be working with Dr. Holden. His experience as head resident at one of the country’s most prestigious residencies will continue to insure that our patients receive the dental care they need in a timely and efficient manner. Dr. Holden brings extensive experience in hospital dentistry to our facility that will allow us to expand our treatment of medically compromised and special needs patients. His addition to our staff represents another effort by PCHC to continue to meet the needs of all patients, including patient groups that have found it difficult to find a dental home.”
Dr. Holden is a member of the American Dental Association and is accepting new patients; for an appointment, please call 207-945-5247, option 4. PCHC Dental Center accepts MaineCare, most dental insurances, and self-pay.
PCHC Dental Center is the largest public or private dental practice north of Boston, and host to an Accredited Community General Practice Dental Residency. PCHC offers a full range of quality dental services for people of all ages. Using the latest in oral health technology combined with compassionate, knowledgeable staff, PCHC Dental Center focuses not only on preventative care, but offers specialty care for a variety of dental issues. Acute dental care is also available to all on a walk-in basis Monday-Friday 8am-4pm.
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