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Welcome to George & Koch Dental Associates

For over 30 years, we have proudly served Central Vermont and the greater New England area by providing exemplary care to patients of all ages. Our philosophy is simple: we treat patients like family and work to create treatment plans tailored to each individual's goals and needs. Whether you are a longtime patient, or considering our practice for your oral health care, know that your comfort, safety, health and satisfaction are our top priorities.

This website is part of our personal mission to provide you with all the resources you need to make informed decisions about the health of your teeth and gums. Please take a moment to browse the site for service details, office policies, patient education resources and more. If you have additional questions not addressed herein, we encourage you to give us a call at (802) 476-4812 or (802) 476-3255.

From the doctors and friendly staff at George & Koch Dental Associates, we look forward to the opportunity to serve you--and above all, make you smile.



What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "If you're looking for great care and clear explanations--and a friendly staff who sees people instead of dollar signs--George & Koch's office will treat you right."
    Griffin S.
  • "I have been a patient at George & Koch since I was my daughter's age--and now, it's her turn! Thank you to the staff for making my family theirs."
    Jonathan F.
  • "I have been coming to George & Koch Dental Associates for years now, and I can always count on them to take great personal care of me."
    Virginia H.
  • "I'm finally proud of my smile. Thank you!"
    Sonia D.
  • "I was nervous to have extensive dental work done, but months down the line I can safely say that I am glad I went through with the procedure. Doctor George took excellent care of me."
    Sara R.

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