NASHVILLE, Tenn. - February 11, 2020 - ( )

Marquee Dental Partners, one of the Southeast’s largest dental service organizations with over 30 locations, acquired Dr. R. Scott Gamble, Cosmetic and Family Dentistry. Dr. Gamble has practiced in the Dothan, Alabama community for over 15 years. This partnership enables him to focus on serving his loyal patients and the growing number of new patients seeking his services.

Marquee CEO Fred Ward stated, “Partnering with a well-respected doctor like Scott creates an ideal situation for Marquee. Scott shares our values of being active in his community, making patient care and staff culture his top priorities. Throughout our early meetings and diligence with Scott, it was clear that he is a high-character, well-respected and gifted dentist who fits very well with our existing team.”

Said Dr. Gamble, "I specifically chose Marquee Dental due to their outstanding reputation and experience in supporting premier dental practices. It was important that I partner with a company that shares the same philosophy, vision and priorities that we already have in place. I liked the fact that Marquee was not interested in changing the way we do business but simply improving upon what we are currently doing."

Gamble Cosmetic and Family Dentistry becomes Marquee’s second high-quality practice acquisition in the Dothan area, alongside a growing set of partnerships that will expand their network of outstanding clinicians and teams.

About Marquee Dental

Marquee Dental is a premier dental support organization dedicated to making dentists and their patients the priority. By providing dentists with both the support and the clinical autonomy they need to succeed, Marquee enables them to focus their attention on providing the best oral healthcare services possible. Led by a team of  highly accomplished industry veterans, the privately held company is based in Nashville, Tenn. For more information, visit


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