Welcome To The Dental Office Of Brian Choi DMD & John K. Sudick DDS
Family Cosmetic and Implant Dentist for Whittier, La Mirada, La Habra, Pico Rivera, Santa Fe Springs, and Hacienda Heights
Dr. Brian Choi and Dr. John Sudick provide Adult, Geriatric, and Children’s, dentistry in a warm, caring environment in Uptown Whittier, California. This includes cosmetic smile design, emergency care, and implant dentistry as well as root canal therapy and fillings. Keeping your gums healthy with regular periodontal care is a priority. Dr. Choi, Dr. Sudick, and our team of professionals make it their mission to extend and improve people’s lives through excellent oral health, dental education, and friendly service. We are here to help you make the best choices for your dental care, and create a smile you can be proud of! Through responsible patient care, we can build a healthier community one person at a time.
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Everyone in this office is very good at what they do. I’ve been a patient here for about 10 years and I truly believe that you will not find a better team. Dr. John is thoughtful, kind, and patient. When I was young, I used to have a little anxiety about going to the dentist. From day one, Dr John always made me feel comfortable. If you are looking for a dental office that genuinely cares about their patients, I recommend you come here. I love my smile and I have Cheryl and Dr. John to thank. If you go, say hi to Alex and Lori for me.
My trauma of dentists literally went away after this visit. They did my extraction so quick I couldn’t believe it. The service in front was quick and amazing. As was the dentists assistant she was so amazing and wonderful to me !!! Def telling my family members about this place . Affordable and fancy!! Clean and professional!! Thank you so much for ridding of my pain!
Amazing and kind Dentists. Highly recommend if you are in the Whittier are. Thank you for fixing my tooth and giving me great advice.
I really appreciate it.
I have had such wonderful experiences with Dr Sudick, Dr Choi, and their entire staff. My husband and I have been their patients for many years and now we send our kids there also, ages 4 and 7. My 7 year was very nervous but they were so gentle and patient with her that she no longer says she is afraid. They let our kids become familiar with all of the instruments before using them, they left saying they had fun! I also recommend their office whenever someone is looking for a dentist. They are talented, friendly and have kept all of us cavity free! Thank you so much!
Best of the Best Whittier Dentist, Dr. John K. Sudick, welcomes Dr. Brian Choi to the practice and team!
Dr. Choi brings exciting positive changes to the practice which include additional services such as implant surgery, wisdom teeth removal, and Invisalign orthodontics. He also brings in cutting-edge dental technologies such as 3d impression scanners, and 3d CBCT Xrays, as well as backend office technologies to improve intraoffice efficiencies. His dedication to the team and patients is second to none, and we look forward to moving the practice forward to greater heights!
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