Choi joins staff at Kirkland Family Dentistry

Kirkland Family Dentistry has added a new dentist to the staff, Dr. Jonathan Choi. The addition comes as the dental clinic continues to experience growth and expansion.

“We are just delighted to have Dr. Choi as part of the team now,” said Dr. Ben Greene. “We’ve been looking for someone to add to the staff who has the same mindset we do; patient care and comfort are our priorities. Dr. Choi came highly recommended because of his patient care ethic.”

Dr. Choi is a native of the Pacific Northwest and completed both his undergraduate degree in biology and Doctor of Dental Surgery at the University of Washington. He is an active member of the American Dental Association and Washington Academy of General Dentistry. He stays up-to-date on the newest dental technology and techniques to ensure the highest quality of care for all of his patients at Kirkland Family Dentistry.

“Kirkland Family Dentistry has a reputation for excellence that I have heard so much about. I am not all surprised to know they received Best Dentist in Kirkland award for the past four years in a row. The staff go the extra mile to make sure every patient knows how much they are valued,” Dr. Choi said. “I’m so pleased to be invited to join this amazing team. I look forward to working with existing and new patients.”

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