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If your eyes are the window to your soul, then your mouth is the window to your happiness! Your smile is the biggest part of that window. Let King Orthodontics help your child show the world how happy they are to be here!
A Little Bit About Us
Founded in 1953, King Orthodontics is an orthodontist you can count on. You or your children can achieve your goal of a beautiful, healthy smile with Invisalign and Invisalign Teen braces. Long-gone are the days of colored rubber bands and foods stuck in your braces. Invisalign braces are hardly even noticeable, and can even be taken out while eating, playing sports, singing, or any other activity in which they may get in the way!
Meet the Orthodontists
Dr. Jack King, a graduate of The Ohio State University Dental School, also served as a Dental Officer in the Navy and Marine Corps for two years. After his service to his country, Dr. Jack came back to Dayton and started his practice with Dr. Melvin Mayerson and his father, Dr. Ben King. Dr. Jack continues to study occlusion and facial/dental esthetics, and is an advisor to major orthodontic manufacturing companies. Dr. Jack brings years of experience to the practice.
Dr. Samuel King, who has a Master of Science in Oral Biology from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, is also a graduate of The Ohio State University Dental School. While in Philadelphia, he completed a three year residency in orthodontics and received extra training in facial and dental esthetics and function. He currently holds a faculty position at the University of Pennsylvania as well.
As a trusted orthodontist for 62 years, we will ensure that you or your child has “the smile of their life.” Why hesitate? If you or your child are in need of braces, please contact King Orthodontics today at (937) 433-0830 or schedule an appointment.
6460 Far Hills Ave
Phone: (937) 433-0830
To smile is to Turn the Lights on [Within You]
Samuel B. King, D.D.S., M.S. – King Orthodontics – Specialist in Orthodontics for kids, teens and adults in Centerville and Fairborn.