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SUSAN WYNNE

122 COLONIAL AVE
COPPERHILL, TN 37317-4000
Phone: (423) 548-1525
Fax: (423) 548-1526
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SUSAN WYNNE Reviews


by Jan on Dec 26, 2013

After losing a longtime dentist to retirement, I found another wonderful dentist who soon moved away. I "shopped around" and have happily found Dr. Wynne and could not be more pleased! She is energetic, pleasant, efficient, and loves 50's music!! (I do too!) And her fees are not as high as some others, who seem to employ lots of staff who wander the halls ? I hope that people from the surrounding communities will schedule appointments with her and find like I did, that she is a rare gem that we are lucky to have in the tri-state area.


by Shane on Oct 26, 2013

Dr. Wynne is FABULOUS! She is amazingly gentle, caring, comforting, educational and this is coming from someone who SOOOO dislikes going to the dentist! I will travel LONG distances to see her again and will not hesitate to be timely. With 'oops' experiences and other horror stories in my history, it is grand to find a great dentist who is thorough and truly cares. Thank you, Dr. Wynne!!

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