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Dr. Matt Ricke, DDS

Dr. Matt Ricke, DDS

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Dr. Matt Ricke, DDS is a dentistry practitioner in Highlands, NC. He currently practices at Dyer Ricke Pllc.

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      Dyer Ricke Pllc
      479 SOUTH DR, Highlands, NC 28741 Existing Patients: (828) 526-3513

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Excellent service. He is very smart and an expert Dentist. I am very impressed with him and his staff.
Lee Ann Fletcher — Oct 05, 2019
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