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Dr. Kimberly Lough, DDS

Dr. Kimberly Lough, DDS

Age 47 Pediatric Dentistry F
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Dr. Kimberly Lough, DDS is a pediatric dentistry practitioner in Saint Albans, WV. She currently practices at Just for Kids Dentistry - Dr. Kim Lough LLC. She accepts multiple insurance plans.


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      Just for Kids Dentistry - Dr. Kim Lough LLC
      12 Kanawha Ter Ste B, Saint Albans, WV 25177 Existing Patients: (304) 722-7221

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  • Ameritas
  • Delta Dental
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  • UnitedHealthCare

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