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Making people smile is all in a day’s work for James Meyer, DDS. After more than a quarter century in practice, he’s never questioned his “There is always laughter here,” says Dr. Meyer, explaining that everyone decision. “I made the right choice,” he says. “I’m so happy to say that I still at Meyer Dentistry goes out of their way to create a love my job after all these years.” happiness-infused atmosphere. “I want to see my patients Meyer Dentistry is committed to giving back to the smile. Humor is a big part of my life – and a big part of community. They volunteer their services at the Free the healing process, too.” Medical Clinic, through Dental Lifeline Network, providing We want everyone to leave our office with a This family-friendly dental practice combines personal complimentary services to elderly, disabled and/or medically genuine smile. touch with the latest technology to ensure patients are as fragile people who cannot otherwise afford dental care. The calm and comfortable as possible. In addition to general Meyer staff also volunteers every quarter at local nonprofits dentistry and restorative work – one-appointment crowns, such as the soup kitchen. root canal therapy and dental implants – Meyer Dentistry Dr. Meyer follows a “Smile More, Live More” philosophy provides comprehensive cosmetic and orthodontic treatment. Committed at home as well as the office. His family lives on a “hobby farm” filled with to continuous training, Dr. Meyer keeps current on progressive methods horses, goats, chickens, rabbits and more, and he loves nothing more than in the ever-evolving field of dental medicine. As a result, his breadth of working outside on landscaping and building projects. Dr. Meyer and his wife, Anne, have three teenagers – Jacob, 18; Ella, 17; and Kate, 14 – and ability allows patients with varying needs to receive specialty services in a they thoroughly enjoy the busy-ness of an active family. familiar environment. “I love making my patients comfortable. Whatever their needs, I’m here to help them feel better,” says Dr. Meyer, who has been practicing dentistry for 27 years. “We want everyone to leave our office with a genuine smile.” Dr. Meyer inherited his passion for helping others – indeed, he believes he was born to do it. “I have dentistry in my bloodline,” Dr. Meyer says, noting that his father, 1212 Haywood Rd., #300, Greenville uncle, brother, and two cousins are all dentists. “As a kid, I never wondered what I’d be when I grew up – I always said I’d be a dentist, just like my dad.” 864.213.4442



October 6, 2017 GJ  
October 6, 2017 GJ  

Weekly newspaper with, for, and about Greenville, South Carolina. Published by Community Journals.