Megan Dosch, DDS
When someone has a healthy smile, they love to share it! Beautiful smiles make everyone’s day better, and I enjoy being a part of that postitive effect. I see my job as an opportunity to make the world better through healthy smiles and a wonderful dental experience for my patients. Some people have a negative association with the dentist, and it’s part of my job to turn that around. I want my patients to love coming here!
Family and Community
My husband, Adam, and I were both born and raised in the Hutchinson area. We are so pleased to have returned to our roots. I am honored to serve the families of our community. Adam and I have a son named Lawrenz, a daughter Breckyn, two dogs named Wylie and Koda, and are expecting our third child in September of 2018. I love music and spending time with my family!
In the Practice
I became a dentist because I love working with and caring for people. Each day I come in the office, I connect with someone new while helping them attain their oral health. I thoroughly enjoy interacting with my patients and building relationships with them. I treat each person like part of my family, and only recommend services that I would perform on my own parents or relatives.
Our team here is a wonderful and talented group, and I am so fortunate to work with them! Each and every staff member puts the needs of our patients first, and it shows. Our patients come in looking forward to chatting with our staff, and that makes me feel proud to have such a warm and welcoming practice environment. I know you’ll love coming to see us.
Education and Continuing Education
In order to become a dentist, I first attained my Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology from the University of Kansas, then earned my Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree from the University of Missouri in Kansas City. I am a lifelong student and always stay on top of the most current dental methods and techniques. I complete a minimum of 30 hours of continuing education annually. Most recently, I have been gathering my education in Dental Implants. I was inducted into the international dental implant association as a fellow. This means that I have completed additional coursework and demonstrated the necessary clinical skills.