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About All Care Dental

All Care Dental is a leading provider of exceptional dental care for the residents of Dallas, Texas, and its surrounding communities offering various forms of affordable dentistry. They’re dedicated to providing their patients with the best restorative and cosmetic procedures to keep their smiles both healthy and beautiful. From simple cleanings and fillings to root canals and dental implants, patients at All Care Dental can rest assured that their dental care will be compassionate, affordable, and high-quality.

All Care Dental is a family-oriented dental practice, and patients are meant to feel like they’ve just walked into their own home. The team of dental professionals has been at the practice for close to a decade, giving patients at All Care Dental familiar faces that they can look forward to seeing whenever they visit.

All Care Dental aims to provide accessible dental care for its patients. They offer a new patient exam and X-ray bundle for only $25, and the office speaks both Spanish and Korean so that all their patients can feel comfortable and relaxed.

It’s All Care Dental’s mission to improve lives, one smile at a time.

New Patient Exam & X-Ray $25

We Speak Spanish & Korean!

Dallas, TX Dentist
All Care Dental: Yoon Kim, DMD
2959 S. Buckner Blvd Ste 700
Dallas, TX 75227
(469) 916-9516
(469) 916-9519 fax
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Meet the Doctor

  • Dr. Yoon Kim, DMD

    Dr. Kim grew up in Anchorage, Alaska, and moved to Texas to pursue her undergraduate degree at Baylor University in Waco, TX. She attended Midwestern University College of Dental Medicine in Glendale, AZ, and then moved east for an advanced general dentistry residency in Buffalo, NY at University at Buffalo. She has practiced in New York, California and now Texas. Dr. Kim enjoys creating beautiful healthy smiles through comfortable, convenient care for the whole family. 

    Dr. Kim focuses on restorative and cosmetic dentistry and enjoys working with children and adults. She is a member of the Texas Dental Association as well as the American Dental Association

    When she’s not in the office, she enjoys traveling, hiking, trying new restaurants, and spending time with her friends and family.


What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Very kind Doctor & staff made my kids feel really comfortable. Walked them through every step until they felt comfortable for treatment. Service was also very fast. Love this Dentist and staff 5 stars definitely!"
    Natalie G. | 10/18/19
  • "It was great . They helped me alot when they were cleaning my teeth."
    Tina N. | 02/27/20
  • "Fast and friendly"
    Carissa C. | 03/16/20

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