Premier Periodontics opens new office on Mercer Island

Premier Periodontics has opened a new office on Mercer Island. The company, which specializes in all areas of periodontics, has offices in Bellevue and Kirkland, and now has added Mercer Island to its list of local communities.

Premier Periodontics has opened a new office on Mercer Island.

The company, which specializes in all areas of periodontics, has offices in Bellevue and Kirkland, and now has added Mercer Island to its list of local communities.

The office, located at 2817 80th Ave. S.E., features Dr. Caroline Herron, who recently joined the practice.

“It’s been an ideal place and it was a great opportunity,” said Herron.

Herron previously worked at a clinic in Burien, but has family who lives on Mercer Island, which made joining the team and working from the Mercer Island office a great fit.

Herron said they are a full-service practice, offering everything from traditional periodontic services to surgical services and implant placement.

“We’re here for all the treatments that they need,” said Herron. She said their mission is to help patients and offer a high level of excellence and integrity.

The clinic is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Herron will be available to see patients on Wednesdays and Fridays. Those hours will expand, Herron said, as the practice grows.

“We really want to cater to the community here,” said Herron.

Herron said they plan to hold a grand opening at some point in the future, but no date has been set.

“We’re working with general dentists in the area and hope to coordinate with them and invite the community,” she said.

Contact Premier Periodontics by calling (206) 232-0683 or by visiting www.premierperiodontics.com.

 


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