Dr. Diane Hourigan, DDS

Dr. Diane Hourigan, DDS

Dentistry  ·  
Female  ·  
Age 69
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Dr. Diane Hourigan, DDS is a dentistry practitioner in Chapel Hill, NC and has been practicing for 37 years. She graduated from University Of Nebraska Medical College Of Dentistry-Dds in 1981 and practices dentistry.Read her story

901 Willow Dr Ste 4

Chapel Hill, NC 27514

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Dr. Hourigan's conditions and procedures:

Cavity
Chipped Tooth
Dental Bridge
Dental Crown
Dental Disorders
Gingivitis
Grinding of Teeth
Gum Disease
Restoration of Dental Implants
Root Canal
Teeth Whitening
Tooth Abscess
Tooth Attrition
Tooth Decay
Tooth Demineralization
Tooth Discoloration
Tooth Loss
Toothache

About Me

Care Philosophy

*Your comfort is our first concern *Friendly, caring staff *Quality, individual care *Natural-looking crowns and bridges *Fix chips, cracks & stains *Whitening for Life *General Dentistry for all ages *Emergencies welcome *Preventive gum therapy *Root canals, TMJ *Variety of payment options available

Practice Areas

  • Dentistry

Education

  • 1981
    University Of Nebraska Medical College Of Dentistry-Dds
    Medical School
    1981

Dr. Hourigan's Reviews

Likelihood to recommend Dr. Hourigan

4.1

Based on 7 reviews

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You do not extract from an infected area. The gum never numbed no matter how many shots she gave me. She didn’t SEE the infection even though it was obvious and my pain level was a 10. Control infection first.... then extract. Never have I left a dentist office in tears and more pain than I have...Read More
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