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Dr. Misty Brown Receives Honorary Award from Peers

Nov 22 2013, 4:58pm CST | by PR.com

Keller Dentist for nearly two decades receives prestigious award in honor of her dedication to her profession and extraordinary care of her patients. The Peer Reviewed Professionals Cum Laude Organization has nationally recognized Dr. Misty Brown with this esteemed award. Spokesperson for the committee commented, "There is no greater honor than to earn the respect of your peers, Dr. Brown has definitely earned this award."

Fort Worth, TX, November 22, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Located in one of the hottest growth areas of DFW lies a town by the name of Keller, Texas. A local dentist in Keller, owning her solo dental practice...

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Dr. Misty Brown Receives Honorary Award from Peers

Nov 22 2013, 4:58pm CST | by PR.com

Keller Dentist for nearly two decades receives prestigious award in honor of her dedication to her profession and extraordinary care of her patients. The Peer Reviewed Professionals Cum Laude Organization has nationally recognized Dr. Misty Brown with this esteemed award. Spokesperson for the committee commented, "There is no greater honor than to earn the respect of your peers, Dr. Brown has definitely earned this award."

Fort Worth, TX, November 22, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Located in one of the hottest growth areas of DFW lies a town by the name of Keller, Texas. A local dentist in Keller, owning her solo dental practice for nearly two decades, has recently received a National Honor in recognition for her dedication to the dental profession.

Dr. Misty Brown, Cum Laude recipient of the Peer Reviewed Professionals Award, was honored by her peers who recognized her for her committment to excellence in the field of Dental Surgery. The award is given to those who go above and beyond to further their education in their field, and strive to provide distinguished care for their patients.

Dr. Brown broke ground in Keller in 1995 and has maintained a very successful and well known solo practice in the heart of this rapid growing area located in Northeast Tarrant County. Her dental surgery career began after graduating from Fort Worth Country Day School, Baylor University and Baylor College of Dentistry. She accelerated through her college career in 3 years. She has continued to educate and improve herself with a variety of advanced degrees and certifications in the field of Dental Surgery. She completed a prestigious residency in surgery and prosthodontics from Temple University in 2009. She earned International recognition by earning her Fellowship and Diplomate in the ICOI (International Congress of Oral Implantology) and an additional Diplomate from the American Academy of Implant Dentistry.

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