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3 Dentists Join Northeast Dental Group

Three new dentists have joined Northeast Dental Group, LLC (NDG) to practice general dentistry, it was announced by David M. Botty, NDG director of operations.

“We are delighted to welcome Dr. Ahmed A. Badawy to our Cicero office, Dr. Lydia Mihovilovic-Humes to our Central Square office, and Dr. Mark H. Hsu to our Fulton office,” Botty said.

Dr. Badawy, earned his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from the Temple University School of Medicine, Botty said. He also holds a BS degree in General Science from Portland State University.

Dr. Humes earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree at the New York University College of Dentistry, Botty said. She also earned her Doctor of Stomatology degree at the University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Stomatology, Botty explained, is the branch of medicine or dentistry concerned with the structures, functions and diseases of the mouth.

Dr. Hsu earned his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, Botty said. He also holds a Bachelor of Dental Surgery degree from Mangalore University Dental School, India.

NDG general dentistry offices include: Canalview Dental Associates, 161 S. Second St., Fulton; Cicero Dental Associates, 7770 Frontage Rd. Cicero; Central Square Dental Associates, 3033 East. Ave. Suite 3, Central Square; and Fayetteville Dental Associates, 7000 E. Genesee St., Bldg. D, Lyndon Office Park, Fayetteville.

“NDG is one of the fastest growing dental groups in the northeast,” Botty said. “Our professional staff is growing and we are planning additional office locations throughout upstate New York. NDG accepts all and participates with most insurance plans.”

For additional information, Botty can be contacted at (315) 297-4174, or visit


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