Welcome to Lakeside Dentistry’s Blog!

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Welcome to Lakeside Dentistry’s blog! We’ll share information and advice about dental care with you here, much like we do in our Rochester, MN dentist office. Our goal online, just as it is when we see you in person, is to keep your family’s teeth and mouths healthy!

For our first post, though, we’d like to talk about what we think makes Lakeside Dentistry such a great place for you and your family.

4 Reasons To Like Our Rochester, MN Family Dentists

We offer quality dental care at Lakeside Dentistry. But that isn’t what sets us apart from other dentists. Here are four things that do make us different:

    • Hometown Dentists. All of our dentists, Dr. Jim Gores, his daughter Dr. Lucy Gores, and Dr. Peggy Scott, were born and raised in the Rochester, MN area. As an alternative to dental practices owned by big corporations, we pride ourselves on being not too big or too small. We are just the right size to offer you and your family personalized care.


    • High-Tech Dentists. We use the latest dental technology, even for basic treatments such as dental exams. Cavities won’t escape our notice with our high-tech CariVu cavity detector and our digital X-rays.


    • Dentists for a Lifetime. We provide dental care for all ages, from babies to senior citizens. With a team of multigenerational dentists, each member of your family will probably find a favorite doctor! We offer treatments geared to toddlers, seniors, and everyone in between.


  • Community-Minded Dentists. As Rochester, MN natives, we like to support the local community whenever we can. We donate all proceeds of our teeth whitening treatments to local charities like the Von Wald Group Home and the Quarry Hill Nature Center.

To make an appointment for your family, call Lakeside Dentistry at 507-316-6444. Or use our online form.

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