Brinegar Family Dentistry
409 W 6th St Jeffersonville IN, 47130
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Dr. Daniel J. Brinegar received his Doctorate from the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry in 2002. Since then, he has practiced dentistry and made his home here in Southern Indiana. In 2014, Dr. Brinegar assumed the practice of Dr. Dagmar Colon, which was originally founded by Dr. Douglas Cotton. Dr. Brinegar's goal is to bring comprehensive, compassionate dental care to patients who have been a part of the practice, and new patients as well. As a family dental practice, we are delighted to care for patients of all ages, from children to great grandmothers. At every age, our mission is to make you comfortable, to help you understand the variety of treatment options available, and to provide you with an attractive, healthy smile. Our entire staff is committed to providing exceptional patient care. Dr. Brinegar has participated in hundreds of hours of advanced education and professional development, covering the entire spectrum of general and cosmetic dentistry. He is truly passionate about patient care, and enjoys all aspects of family and cosmetic dentistry. Because we benefit from living and working in this community, we feel a strong commitment to give something back. Once each year, we recognize the profound impact of the Shriners Hospital for Children with a donation of our proceeds for that particular day. In addition, Dr. Brinegar is the Dental Coordinator for the annual Health and Wellness Clinic organized by Eastside Christian Church, coordinating the efforts of local dentists to donate time and talents to provide free dental care to those in need. Dr. Brinegar lives in Jeffersonville with his wife, Tobi, and his two children, Tanner and Shepherd. He has a large extended family in Southern Indiana and he is an active member of Eastside Christian Church. During his free time Dr. Brinegar is an avid fisherman and he loves following college basketball.
409 W 6th St Across From Bales
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
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