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Photograph by: Carol Stewart Drs. Margaret Roth, John Piccione and Kathryn Freedman C harity begins, not only at home, but at Dr. Freedman is a member of the Junior League. the dentist’s office, too. That’s because “We don’t want to just work here—we want to Drs. John Piccione, Margaret Roth and work to make Greenville a better place.” Kathryn Freedman have a heart for “Better” describes just about everything at community service. Rocky Creek, a patients-first practice fully 1322 E. Washington Street Greenville With trademark compassion, Rocky Creek Dental committed to sound, quality treatments and 864.235.1200 Care creates a charitable project each year, raising the pursuit of pain-free procedures. 978 Batesville Road funds and/or gathering supplies for organizations This bustling venture traces its roots to a Greer ranging from St. Judes to Harvest Hope to the 1940s-era dental office. Dr. Piccione took over in 864.675.9399 Ronald McDonald House. Patients are encouraged 1993 after a decade of dentistry in Chicago; www.rockycreekdental.com to participate via incentives such as free whitening Dr. Roth, a Carolina gal, joined him in 2000 after services. Rocky Creek’s 2012 designee is the GHS graduating MUSC with multiple accolades. Dental Care Children’s Hospital. They welcomed Dr. Freedman aboard in 2010. “Our annual benefit project connects our practice Rocky Creek comprises two locations—Eastside to the community,” says Dr. Roth, who along with and downtown—offering services five days a week. 38 behind the counter | 2012