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About Us

About Us

Our DentistsOur Office

Dr. Ray Dr. Aimee Dr. Kristin
 
Dr. Minjoo Dr. Max  

History

Dr. Ray opened his practice in an old Tudor style house on S. Main St., Ann Arbor in 1988.

Our practice flourished and we renovated and doubled the size of the building in 2006.

As our practice continued to grow, we decided to open a second location to better serve our patients and families.

In 2017, we opened our second office in Chelsea, Michigan. Our newly renovated office, located downtown at 200 S. Main Street, was once the Chelsea Post Office.

We now have 5 full time pediatric dentists and a great staff of dedicated professionals to serve our patients.

We have loved watching out first patients grow up and start their own families. They are now bringing their own children to our practice. They are our grand-patients!

Just as we have updated our old Tudor house and Post Office to accommodate our modern pediatric practice, we have integrated the newest technology and most up-to- date preventive and restorative care for our patients.

We are welcoming new families to our practice every day. Come and meet us and let us take care of your family!

 

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