Dr. Amy Stark joined Parkway Dental Center in the summer of 2011. She provides high-quality comprehensive dental care in a comfortable and courteous manner



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Dr. Amy Stark joined Parkway Dental Center in the summer of 2011. She provides high-quality comprehensive dental care in a comfortable and courteous manner. Patients’ wellbeing, health, and satisfaction are her top priority. With her commitment to continuing her professional education, Dr. Stark strives to provide patients the best treatment options and methods of prevention to achieve and maintain optimal oral health.
Dr. Stark completed her undergraduate education at St. Olaf College with a bachelor of arts in Chemistry. Following college, Dr. Stark attended the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry and earned her doctor of dental surgery degree. Dr. Stark elected to continue her education after dental school and completed a general practice residency at the University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview. This hospital-based residency allowed Dr. Stark the ability to receive advanced training in the multiple disciplines of dentistry (including oral surgery, endodontics, and pedodontics) while working with many medically compromised patients. Dr. Stark is an active participant in the dental community, being a member of both the American Dental Association and the Minnesota Dental Association.
Dr. Stark grew up in the Twin Cities. When away from the office, she enjoys time with family and friends, cooking, baking, and traveling.
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