Mark McCracken D.M.D.,      a second generation dentist, was born in Pittsburgh but raised locally. He joined the practice with his father, Dr. Byrd McCracken, in 1983. He received his Bachelor's Degree in Biology from Lycoming College in 1979. He attended Dental School at the University of Pittsburgh and graduated with honors in 1983. Dr. Mark is an active member of the American Dental Association, and the Harrisburg Dental Society. He is an advocate of continuing education and attends many seminars every year to stay current in his specialty. He completed a two year advanced implant training program. Dr. Mark currently resides in Enola with his wife, Cheryl.  Their daughter, Kortney, is currently a dental hygienist here at the office, while their oldest daughter, Kristen, has a career in the banking industry. Mark and Cheryl also enjoy spending lots of time with their three beautiful granddaughters.
Kirk McCracken D.M.D., born and raised in Central Pennsylvania, received his Bachelor's Degree in Biology from Susquehanna University in 1984. He joined the family practice in 1988, after receiving his Doctorate Degree and graduating with honors from the University of Pittsburgh, School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Kirk is an active member of the American Dental Association, Pennsylvania Dental Association, and the Harrisburg Dental Society. He regularly exceeds the state requirements for continuing education and has completed a two-year advanced implant restorative program. Outside the office, he enjoys skiing in the winter. In the summer months, he is often on a local trout stream fly fishing or spending time in the Pennsylvania woods and mountains. He lives near Dillsburg with his wife Gerry, who is also a general dentist. They enjoy spending time with their three children and new grandson.
Dr. Mark McCracken
Dr. Kirk McCracken
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