60 Seconds With Dr. Charley Cheney III

by Clay Neely - clay@newnan.com

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Dr. Charley Cheney III, Complete Dental Arts, P.C.

After serving in the military for 11 years, what do you think is one of the biggest lessons or experiences from your service that you bring into your own private practice? 

The importance of treating each patient with compassion, listening actively to each need, developing trust and providing personalized dental care not only by me but each of our team members. My experience of being a leader at an early age gave me the confidence to not only start my solo practice but also the confidence to know that I will always treat my patients compassionately. 

You've been all around the world. What made Coweta a good fit for your dental practice? 

Honestly, I remembered the first long drive my wife and I took through the county and it reminded me of home. Coweta is a growing community and the people here are fantastic! Our mission and vision are compatible with the Coweta community. Whether you are a new or returning patient, our office remains committed to our mission of providing excellent customer service and personalized dental care in a friendly and caring environment. 

If you could go back in time, what advice would you give yourself? 

That's a tough one! Continue to have a plan but have the flexibility to change, always be a student of something, and find something to smile about each day.



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