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DR. SANG

Dr. Brian Sang is a graduate of the West Virginia University School of Dentistry, where he also completed a post graduate residency with intensive training in implant dentistry. He is committed to continuing education in order to offer patients the best possible experience and outcomes.

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Dustin Saunders

Dustin Saunders

5 out of 5 stars

Fantastic experience! The dental hygienist was the most courteous and careful not to hurt my gums as any I have experienced. The dentist did the most thorough exam I have ever had, even feeling for cancer in my cheeks. I will definitely be a long time patient and I highly recommend Palmetto Smiles and Doctor Sang.

Glenn Hanna

Glenn Hanna

5 out of 5 stars

My first visit to the Dentist in their new building and I was impressed with the comfortable atmosphere, design and layout of the building (lots of light streaming in through large windows) and the new equipment. As usual the staff including reception, hygienist and Dentist were all very friendly, helpful and thorough and I left with the same number of teeth as when I went in. So it was an excellent visit.

Jack North

Jack North

5 out of 5 stars

The entire staff: receptionists, hygienists, assistants and dentists are warm and welcoming. They mix professionalism with winsome personalities. It seems everyone there is glad they work there and they communicate that through their gracious and gentle care they provide. At 68 years of age I’ve been to quite a number of different dental practices. I have not found another practice that is as consistently as competent and engaging as Palmetto Smiles.

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