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After 31 years, dentist closes Dundee office

    DUNDEE—David C. Schirmer, DDS has closed his Dundee office after 31 years in the village.
    Schirmer’s practice, Finger Lakes Dental Health at 6 Stoll St. in Dundee, closed its doors as of Dec. 31. Dr. Schirmer said that all Dundee patient records have been moved to Schirmer’s Corning dental office. Schirmer previously split his time between the Dundee and Corning office locations.
    According to Dr. Schirmer, “It was a very difficult decision to close our doors. Unfortunately, many factors have combined to bring us to this point. There are currently two other entities that were recruited and subsidized to come to offer services that we also provide. These are the Rushville Clinic’s Dundee School District dental health program, and the Finger Lakes Migrant Health Dental Clinic recruited and subsidized by the Dundee Rotary Club. These factors, plus the deteriorating economy has led to the realization that our time in Dundee has come to an end.”
    The dental office was built by Dr. Henry Lane in 1957, and he practiced dentistry there until 1972. His associate, Dr. William Olmstead, continued the practice after Dr. Lane’s retirement. In 1974, the practice and building were purchased by Dr. David T. Schirmer. Dr. Schirmer continued the practice of general dentistry there until his retirement in 1980.

 

 



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