Bellingham Dental Clinic Family Dentist Management Change Announced

Bellingham family dentistry Whatcom Dental has relaunched its dental services under the new ownership and management of Dr. Navjot Sidhu, a reputed local Bellingham dentist. The practice specializes in general, family, and cosmetic dental care for children, adolescents, and adults.

Bellingham, United States - May 22, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Bellingham family dentistry Whatcom Dental announced the launch of its dental health services and a management change. The dentistry is now under new management led by Bellingham dentist Dr. Navjot Sidhu.

More information about Whatcom Dental is available at https://whatcomdental.com

Formerly headed by family dentist Dr. Patrick Coe, the dental practice serves the community in Bellingham and across Whatcom County. The dentistry provides preventative and corrective treatments, x-ray imaging, complete , root canal treatments, cleaning, and emergency dental care.

Whatcom Dental is equipped with the latest in diagnostic and treatment technologies that support dental surgery, restorative procedures, and other treatments. As one of the top dentists in Bellingham, WA, Dr. Navjot Singh Sidhu specializes in affordable and comprehensive family dental care and simple or complex surgical procedures at a single, convenient location with adequate parking and low wait times.

Responsiveness, patient wellbeing, and safe & effective dental care are the core principles of the practice. Whatcom dental provides routine dental checkups, periodontics, cosmetic procedures , kids dentistry, tooth extractions in Bellingham. The clinic’s focus on oral health and prevention is backed by friendly, competent, and accommodating staff.

Whatcom Dental offers same-day emergency dental services with special weekend and evening appointments. Cosmetic dental solutions include veneers, bonding, whitening, smile makeovers, and dental implants.

According to the Bellingham cosmetic dental clinic, “We are delighted to announce our continued presence in Bellingham under Dr. Navjot Sidhu. We look forward to serving the local community and continuing the tradition of excellence in dental healthcare that patients have come to expect of us.”

Formerly Dr. Patrick Coe Family Dental, Whatcom Dental is located on Sunset Drive in Bellingham. Following Dr. Coe’s retirement, the practice is owned and operated by reputed local Bellingham dentist Dr. Navjot Sidhu.

More information is available by calling +1 360-255-5000 and by visiting the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr Navjot Sidhu
Organization: Whatcom Dental
Address: 1225 E Sunset Dr, #140, Bellingham, WA 98226, United States
Phone: +1-360-255-5000
Website: https://whatcomdental.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 516029

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