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March 8, 2012

32 Years and Counting…

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      March 10, 2012 marks the 32nd year of practice for Dr. Boe and Dr. Page.  It’s amazing how quickly time has flown by.  As we reflect on our years of practice, we continue to appreciate all of the experiences and relationships we have developed over the years.   Dr. Boe and Dr. Page met in dental school at the University of Florida. It was during these years that they became friends and decided to open a practice together.  Along with their wives, Janet and Meg, they headed to Naples to begin the adventure. 


        Our practice has seen many advances in technology.  One of the challenges that we truly enjoy is keeping up with the science and technology of dentistry.  Learning is living and we are always learning in the practice of dentistry.  We continue to strive to surpass our expectations and provide the most personal and comprehensive dental care.  We are thankful for the relationships with our patients and staff members.  It brings us great joy to watch the interactions of our office with our many patients.  We are truly blessed to enjoy our beautiful town and all that is Naples.    


Our goals are pretty much the same as they were on March 10, 1980.  Those being to enjoy each day, treat each patient as if they were family and to provide the highest level of quality dental care possible. 

Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to many more years together.

Steve Boe                            Steve Page

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