Mark Troilo, DDS
For me, dentistry is more than a profession; it’s a way of serving my community and fostering lasting bonds with individuals as I help each to achieve and maintain optimal oral health. I truly appreciate the daily interaction with my staff and patients. I enjoy seeing many familiar faces and look forward to meeting new patients.
I graduated summa cum laude from Kansas Newman College in 1974. I earned my Doctorate of Dental Surgery from the Dental College at Creighton University in 1978 and opened my private practice in Rose Hill that same year.
Committed to the value of education, I take numerous continuing education courses all over the country and teach seminars as well. Patients place their trust in in us ... sometimes blindly, which for the patient can be unsettling.
Whether a patient has spent hours researching a dentist or finds one out of urgency, the patient deserves to be treated by someone who is informed on current treatments and protocols. You should be able to trust that our degrees mean we are capable. Sadly, this is not always the case. Staying up to date is not only better for us as healthcare providers, but it is better for the population we serve.
In addition to continuing my education, I also hold memberships in the local dental society, as well as the Kansas Dental Association, the American Dental Association, and the American Endodontic Society, of which I am a board member.
When I’m not in the office, I enjoy spending time with my wife Lori and our three grown children: Nick, Zack, and Alex