Celebrating 25 years of serving King and Snohomish County!

Top Dentist in Lynnwood

Dr. Joe is a native to Washington State after coming over from South Korea at the age of 5. Raised in University Place-Tacoma, graduated from Curtis High School, completed a BS in Psychology at UW and Doctor of Dental Surgery at the University of Washington Dental School in 1997.

Dr. Joe's primary goal is to establish long term relationships with his patients, provide the best quality of dental care available and do this in a fun, relaxing and positive environment.

Always learning and growing as a dentist, Dr. Joe is affiliated with many study clubs and dental organizations including International Academy of Gnathology and Seattle Gnathology where he uses modern technology to help with oral health, dental form and function, and of course esthetics.

Dr. Joe is looking forward to working with you to achieve YOUR healthy and beautiful smile

What Sets Us Apart

Our office takes great pride in our ability to tailor a dental treatment plan that is customized to your specific wants and needs. It is our belief that if you truly desire to possess the lifelong benefits that a healthy bright smile has to offer then we are committed to helping you achieve it.

We have a great team to serve you. Dr. Hwang has too many advanced dental training hours to count, offering a full range of services from general and family preventive care to advanced cosmetic and restorative dentistry such as dental implants, crowns, dentures, and teeth whitening. People come from Edmonds, Lynnwood and further to work with Dr. Hwang on improving their oral health and smile. So no matter what your situation is, we can help. Call us today to make an appointment and let’s get started!

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Voted Top Dentist by Peers

 Since 2014 to 2022


What Our Patients Say About Us

  • "Dr. is amazing. Even though I hadn’t been to the dentist in years the staff and Dr made me very comfortable and I was actually able to be very honest about my oral heath. Which for me is difficult as my mom worked in dentistry over 20 yrs. I’m so happy to have meet Dr Hwang. Very personable, down to earth and understands you may have a sweet tooth or need coffee daily. It’s okay to not be perfect. Huge thank you to Anne and Dr. It was truly my pleasure and thank you."
    Shannon Turner, 2022
  • "Dr. Joe and his team are exceptional. Very efficient, friendly and gentle! I would definitely recommend this practice, especially if you're not a fan of going to the dentist - they will make you feel welcome and comfortable."
    Rebecca Wyatt, 2022
  • "Both Amanda and Dr. Hwang were so attentive to my problems and worries. I loved them! I love that I was referred to them. They are definitely worth the 35 minute drive."
    Bonnie, February 10, 2017
  • "When I had a concern I thought might be urgent, after explaining it to them they were able to fit me in a couple hours later. We took care of the problem and established a clear and long-term plan to get my dental hygiene back up to top notch. Thanks to everyone there!"
    Bailey, January 29, 2017
  • "Had a great first appointment and highly recommend referring a friend or family member."
    Andrew, May 19, 2017
  • "Dr. Hwang and his wonderful associates make a great team. They are efficient and very friendly. I have never felt so at ease during a dental appointment."
    Dave, February 15, 2017

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