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Scotty L. Bolding, DDS, MS
Steven A. Skoch, DDS
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A native of Kansas, Steven Skoch, DDS, began his medical training at Kansas State University, earned his Masters degree from the University of Kentucky and his DDS degree from Creighton University School of Dentistry in Omaha, Nebraska.
Having served his oral and maxillofacial surgery residency at the LaCrosse Lutheran Hospital/Gunderson Clinic in LaCrosse, Wisconsin, Dr. Skoch now lives in Fayetteville, Arkansas and has two grown children.
Very active in study clubs, Dr. Skoch currently works with the Interdisciplinary Dentofacial Study Club and the Ozark Literature Review Board. He has served as the president of the Northwest Arkansas Dental Association and the Northeast Kansas Dental Association in the past.
Procedures of special interest to Dr. Skoch include the removal of wisdom teeth, dental implants, and Maxillofacial pathology.
Skoch, S. A. “Treatment of fibrinolytic alveolitis by a collagen past (formula K).” Wisconsin Dental Association Journal. Sept. 1986 (abstract)
Skoch, S.A., Schelling, G.T., Tucker, R.E., Mitchell, G.E. “Interactions of amino acid degradation by rumen microbes.” Journal of Animal Science. Vol. 40:197. 1975.
Skoch, S.A., Stuart, R.L., Schelling, G.T., Tucker, R.E., Mitchell, G.E. “Lysine degradation by rumen microbes.” Journal of Animal Science. Vol. 41:417. 1975.
Skoch, S.A. “Amino acid degradation by rumen microbes: Master’s Thesis.” University of Kentucky. 1975.
Schelling, G.T., Chittenden, L.W., Jackson, T.C., Skoch, S.A., Stuart, R.L., Tucker, R.E., Mitchell, G.E. “Liver storage of oral and intramuscular Vitamin A.” Journal of Animal Science. Vol. 40:199. 1975.