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Tahoe Oral Surgery and Implant Center hires new dentist

Rachel Appelblatt DDS, MD has joined the team at Tahoe Oral Surgery and Implant Center.
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TAHOE CITY, Calif. — Rachel Appelblatt DDS, MD, recently joined the offices of Tahoe Oral Surgery and Implant Center in Truckee and South Lake Tahoe.

Prior to her career in dentistry, Appelblatt lived and worked in Tahoe as a biologist, according to a news release from the business owned by Dr. Dan Marin and his wife, Sonja.

She has since graduated from the University of Pacific dental school, and she recently completed her six-year dual-degree residency at New York University.

Like Dr. Martin, Dr. Appelblatt is committed to community involvement in addition to exceptional patient care.

Within her first week of being part of the Tahoe Oral Surgery team, she participated in their annual Trail Day through the Truckee Trails Foundation, helping to repair and rebuild damaged areas of the Emigrant Trail.

For more information, visit tahoedentalimplants.com or contact Tahoe Oral Surgery and Implant Center at 530-587-5440 or info@tahoeoralsurgery.com.

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