McVaugh James P DDS

( 5 Reviews)
McVaugh James P DDS
138 N Meridian St
Aberdeen, MS 39730

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4.8 (5 reviews)
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McVaugh James P DDS is located at 138 N Meridian St in Aberdeen, Mississippi 39730. McVaugh James P DDS can be contacted via phone at (662) 369-6722 for pricing, hours and directions.

Contact Info

  •   (662) 369-6722

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

What is the phone number for McVaugh James P DDS?

The phone number for McVaugh James P DDS is: (662) 369-6722.


Where is McVaugh James P DDS located?

McVaugh James P DDS is located at 138 N Meridian St, Aberdeen, MS 39730


How big is McVaugh James P DDS?

McVaugh James P DDS employs approximately 2-5 people.


Is there a key contact at McVaugh James P DDS?

You can contact Cindy Forrester at (662) 369-6722.


How is McVaugh James P DDS rated?

McVaugh James P DDS has a 4.8 Star Rating from 5 reviewers.


Key Contacts

Cindy Forrester
Manager

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Jasimine Gladney
Mar 4th, 2021

The best visit ever. He's so friendly . You can tell he really value his patients. My permanent dentist office from here on out I wouldn't have it any other way. Staff is also very friendly.


Dianna Stargel (Fancy Paws)
Sep 24th, 2020

I had a dental emergency. My crown fell off and my dentist couldn't fix it for 6 days. Dr McVaugh to the rescue. He worked me in and took care of it. I will be forever grateful and am even considering switching to him for all my dental needs. The staff was friendly and I had a pleasant experience all things considered. I would recommend him as a dentist to anyone.


Christin Fancher
Jan 10th, 2020


Robyn Capps
Feb 6th, 2018

Very friendly staff! Dr McVaugh is very knowledgeable and takes the time to explain exactly what is going on and what needs to be done to fix the problem!


Deborah Odom
Nov 13th, 2014

Dr Mc Vaugh personally takes the time to explain what is happening to your teeth when you complain of such sensitivity of a front crown that even a light touch creates incredible pain. I had the crowns done in Memphis at the dental college about 10 years ago. The crowns are intact but for whatever reason the nerve decided to die creating absess and pain. Of course, root canals were not performed when the crowns were. Dr McVaugh prescribed an antibiotic, and pain meds today. After the pain and sensitivity have passed, a root canal has to be done.
I recommend Dr McVaugh for all your family dental needs.


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