Kathryn A Young, LD

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I am pleased to announce the opening of my new office on the northern end of South Bristol, just six miles outside of Damariscotta. The new location at 40 Harrington Road in Walpole opened on December 6, 2016 and is designed to offer a uniquely comfortable and personal denture care experience, only a short drive from the old Damariscotta location.

You have watched my practice grow, and the new facility will allow us to serve you better. It features an attractive reception area and spacious treatment rooms. As a South Bristol native I am happy to have opened a practice so very close to home in the peaceful woods of Walpole.

While my location has changed, my commitment to you has not. I can't wait for everyone to see the fun new space and for staff to share their pride in the new office.

I look forward to continuing the quality denture care you’re accustomed to receiving.



Where has the office gone?

In 2016, the Damariscotta office went through some changes when a hot water pipe burst in the wall of the lab and flooded the office. Embracing this as a new opportunity, Kathryn chose to move the office to a new location in Walpole, Maine. Walpole sits at the Northern end of South Bristol, Kathryn’s hometown. When you arrive at 40 Harrington Road there are three buildings on the property and people often ask, "what is she up to?!" The dental office sits to the back of the property with Kathryn’s name clearly on the side of the building. This old fashioned cottage setting gives her the opportunity to practice dentistry in a quiet setting at a more old-fashioned pace where "you can get to know your patients and you know all of your neighbors" says Kathryn. "I feel that the quality of work is often declining in this world today because people move too fast, doing too much at too big a rush."

On the property you will also notice a four bay garage, which Kathryn has now named her playground. With such artistic talents as making dentures with small measurements and tiny details, Kathryn has decided to shift some of her focus into working with some larger materials, often building wood projects, things out of rocks or glass and, "whatever else happens to tickle her fancy." Kathryn’s endless desire to always be doing something and making something takes this four bay garage and turns it into a very large art studio. If you look around the property you may find some of her rocks with pictures sandblasted on them; or find yourself admiring the custom doors in the dental office. You’ll notice her personal touches where she spent time building her office with the help of some wonderful carpenters who she accredits with "putting up with her crazy ideas."

The small country gift shop looking building towards the front of the property is something she may do something with in 2018 right now it’s a place where Kathryn, Valerie, Rob and Sandy get to go and sit and eat lunch and visit with one another and take the time to slow down and talk about what they're doing or how they’re doing.

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