Meet Dr. Yoon J. Kim
I am genuinely passionate about my profession and have always been fascinated about how the teeth work in tandem with other muscles in the body. I chose to pursue dentistry because I love these complexities of our oral system, as well as the fine details that make the whole system work well. It is my goal to help each patient achieve excellent oral health through a personal relationship that allows me to understand his or her outlook on life and health.
I earned my BA in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania and then earned my Doctorate of Dental Medicine from the Boston University School of Dental Medicine. I found a great community in Easton to continue deliverying excellent dentistry after having spent over 7 years at a private practice in Nashua, NH. I keep learning as much as I possibly can about the field through continuing education at the Pankey Institute, Spear Education, the Academy of Osseointegration, the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, the Quintessence Publishing Implant Symposium, and the Yankee Dental Conference.
Away from work, I love spending time with my wife, Angelina Hong, who works for the State House of Representatives as a research director and our baby daughter Elliana and hanging out with our puppy named Maki. Angelina is also a dedicated foodie and great cook! We enjoy exploring different cuisines, traveling, and time with our families. I love to follow New England sports teams, play basketball and golf, mix music, and read just about anything. We are also members of the Museum of Fine Art.
Meet the Team
My entire team strives to deliver excellent care in a compassionate and conscientious environment. We’re all enthusiastic about life, we appreciate our community, and most importantly, we love learning about what’s important in our patients’ lives. I consider it a privilege to practice dentistry in this community; and delivering dentistry is only one small part of the equation. Creating relationships with my patients has not only allowed me to get to know how they see health in their own eyes, but has made me a better clinician and human being. It is hard to describe the feeling of seeing a patient smile again, or eat food they weren’t able to before, and doing it pain free.
I hope you’ll come by our office soon so we can start working together to keep your oral health at its best!