The Department of Health has allowed non-urgent, non-emergent dental care in Pennsylvania. Our priority is to keep our patients and staff safe and healthy. We are able to offer important dental care to our patients while keeping the recommendations on safety and personal protective equipment from the state. We will continue to closely monitor the latest information and recommendations to promote a safe and healthy environment for our patients and staff.
Our mission is to comprehensively improve and enhance the oral health and aesthetics of our patients by maximizing function and beauty. Our dentist in Williamsport PA is dedicated to providing high-quality, long-lasting craftsmanship and care. We are committed to this for each and every one of our patients to achieve the best possible dental outcomes to improve quality and enjoyment of life.
All staff is super friendly and knowledgeable. Excellent service. My dentist for years
Best dentist clinic experience ever! Both my husband and I go there. Dr. Kim is very serious about our teeth. She will tell us ahead of time when she found small decay on which tooth and ask me to floss more on that particular tooth and watch it next visit, instead of waiting until she has to do a filling or other fix. I know she really cares about our teeth and both of our teeth health has been much better since we switch to this clinic. They have better facilities there which make my experience more enjoyable. The hygienists are also very patient and nice. Highly recommend this clinic!
Dr. Kim is outstanding! She is very concerned about your oral health, comfort, and appearance. Her office has up to date equipment and she has the up to date knowledge. The staff is kind and caring and always willing to help you in any way! I have had to have extensive dental work due to past issues and I couldn’t be more pleased with the results.
Have you noticed white spots forming on your teeth? Though these seem like cosmetic dental concerns, they could also be a symptom of a larger health concern in your teeth. This discoloration can occur when you have sustained a loss of calcium in the enamel of your teeth. Dentists call…