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Business roundup: Dentists open Oak Ridge Dental Arts in Rockwell

ROCKWELL ó Dr. Eugene Olsen and Dr. Robert Bowman have opened Oak Ridge Dental Arts at 208 Broad St. behind the library.
Olsen and Bowman offer a variety of cosmetic and restorative dental procedures, including root canals, crowns, partials, dentures, veneers, implants, extractions and braces.
Olsen has been practicing family and cosmetic dentistry for more than 20 years. When not working, he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling and playing tennis.
Dr. Bowman attended Nova Southeastern University and continues to focus on the latest advancements in dental care. His 3- year-old twins keep him busy but he also enjoys the outdoors, soccer and golf.
“At Oak Ridge Dental Arts, we treat our patients like family. We offer high-quality, friendly service in a gentle, caring atmosphere,” the dentists say.
The office is open Mondays from 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 8:30 a.m.ń5 p.m. and every other Friday 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.. Call today and ask about a special offer “Teeth Whitening for Life” for $99. The phone number is 704-279-7774 or go online to http://rockwell.oakridgedentalarts.com/.Miller Davis eighth in Charlotte region
Miller Davis Inc. of Salisbury ranks eighth in the Charlotte Business Journal’s Book of Lists, Top Advertising and Marketing Agencies, for 2009.
The lists was published in the April 3 issue.
In 2007, Miller Davis ranked 10th, and in 2008, the agency ranked 11th.
Miller Davis offers public relations, design, print, video, Web, trade show booths, media buying, events, research and interactive media. The agency hosts more than 4,000 Web sites at its Dell Data Center and can print materials up to 42 inches wide. Each year, the agency prints and mails more than 6 million direct mail pieces for clients.
Miller Davis, now in its eighth year of business, is owned by Mike Miller. The agency is named for Miller and his wife, the former Gina Davis. Both are Rowan natives.
“Our staff is a hard-working, very creative group of people,” Miller said. “We are very grateful to our clients for trusting us to create their marketing materials, which is a very important part of their businesses. Marketing is a company’s first impression. We want to get it right for clients, and we take joy in watching them succeed.”
Miller Davis is located in the historic Washington Building at 118 N. Main St., Suite 200. The agency has 25 employees.
Contact Miller Davis at www.millerdavisagency.com.
Eye doctor joins Davie County Hospital
MOCKSVILLE ó Dr. Gregory Temas, founder and medical director at the Temas Eye Center in Winston-Salem, has joined the staff of Davie County Hospital to provide cataract surgery.
Temas is known for performing some of the most advanced cataract surgeries in the country and provides services at Davie County Hospital on Thursday mornings.
“Our mission in Davie County is to provide cataract surgery with advanced implant techniques,” Temas said. “Best of all, local residents don’t have to leave their hometown to take advantage of state-of-the-art surgery techniques.
“Although we will initially only offer cataract surgeries at Davie County Hospital, our goal is to make the hospital a one-stop shop for eye care with the same level of comprehensive eye care services that we now provide at the Temas Eye Center in Winston-Salem.”
Temas, who came to Winston-Salem in 1991, pioneered local use of many modern eye surgeries, including no-needle-no-stitch cataract surgery, radial keratotomy, implantable contacts, laser refractive surgery (LASIK) and multifocal lens implants.
He joined Davie County Hospital at the request of several physicians in the Mocksville area.
“For some time, we’ve seen a growing need to perform cataract surgery in Davie County,” said Dr. Steve Laymon, a Mocksville-based optometrist who led the effort to recruit Dr. Temas.
I’m excited to have Dr. Temas at Davie County Hospital. Having him here is a better way to locally serve the needs of our patients from Davie County.”
If demand is sufficient, Temas said he may add more days to his Thursday morning surgery schedule at Davie County Hospital.
In addition, Dr. Dan Gardner, who has 30 years experience working in satellite medical ophthalmology offices, will join the staff at Davie County Hospital in April.
Gardner will handle pre- and post-op visits and will offer second opinions in conjunction with Temas.
Temas received his medial training at Case Western University School of Medicine and completed residency in ophthalmology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio. He is a member of several professional medical societies, including the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons.
Real estate investors group meeting May 7
The Metrolina Real Estate Investors Association’s Concord-Area subgroup meeting will be held at 6 p.m. May 7 at Logan’s Roadhouse, 2431 Wonder Drive, Kannapolis.
Ki Shinn will speak on “Paying Fewer Taxes ó Legally.”
Shinn has 22 years of public accounting experience. He has worked for many national firms and has been the in-charge tax manager for the largest real estate investor in the nation.
The subgroup meeting is held the first Thursday of every month. Networking and dinner occurs from 6-7 p.m., followed by the program and meeting from 7-8 p.m.
For more information, contact Charrathee Hager, subgroup coordinator, at 704-490-2001, or TwinOakProperties4U@yahoo.com.
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