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Kevin R. McMahon, DMD Has a Passion for Healthy Smiles

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Dr. Kevin McMahon has a passion for all aspects of dentistry. He loves working with patients personally to prevent and solve problems. As someone who was raised in Ft. Thomas and who lives nearby in Anderson, Ohio, he appreciates the opportunity to serve across Northern Kentucky and the surrounding community.

Dr. McMahon completed his bachelor’s degree and his Doctor of Dental Medicine at the University of Kentucky. Since he started practicing in 1986, he has routinely completed more than 100 hours of continuing education annually. He strives to stay current on the latest innovations in dental technology and techniques so our patients receive the highest-quality care that modern dentistry has to offer.

Dr. McMahon is certified to offer IV sedation with advanced airway and emergency management and has been named an Invisalign® Preferred Provider. He has been certified to provide LANAP advanced gum disease treatment and has attained Diplomate status with the International Dental Implant Association. His varied skill set is part of the reason he was named a Top Dentist in Cincinnati by his peers and received the Cincinnati Magazine Award.

Outside of the office, he’s been involved with the Donated Dental Services program for more than 15 years. He’s an active member of St. Mary’s Church and the University of Kentucky Alumni Association. He also enjoys golfing, reading, and spending time with his family.

Dr. McMahon and his wife, Nancy, have three children: James, Gannon, and Elizabeth. They are glad to be part of a community with so much to offer.

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