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11876 Sunrise Valley Dr, Reston, VA 20191

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Office Hours

Sunday Closed
Monday 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Saturday Closed
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(703) 390-9191

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Welcome To Sonny Sunghun Kim

Our state-of-the-art dental office offers the latest advances in dental technology to provide outstanding care for a broad range of general dental services. Our mission is to help our patients achieve and maintain long-term dental health.

Our Services

General Dentistry

Dentistry involves the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of conditions, disorders and diseases affecting the teeth, gums and maxillofacial (associated with the jaw and face) region of the body. General dentists provide services related to the general maintenance of oral hygiene and tooth health.

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Patient Reviews

Service and expertise is meticulous.. You won't be disappointed!

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Mello Daniels

I have been a patient here for many yrs now and the only reason I go here is for the Hygienist who does a good job cleaning my teeth. I would never trust Dr Kim to do any procedure on me. This is because of 2 bad experience where he worked on my tooth. In both experience he worked on additional teeth without my permission while I was helplessly lying there in his chair not knowing whats going on , only to find out later that he has charged me for additional procedures which we never discussed.

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It has been over 10 years but I will never forget my experience with Sonny Kim. I woke up this morning thinking about may experience and out of curiosity looked him up to see if he was still practicing. Let me tell you why, after 10 years, this still creeps into my mind.I was new to VA, just out of grad school and starting my first job in counseling. I found Sonny after not having seen a dentist in probably 10 years (it was before Obamacare so I had no insurance as a student). I had no pain in my mouth but I knew that I'd likely have a few fillings based on my dental history. To my shock, Sonny said I needed 4 root canals and on top of that, several fillings. I went in for the first of my fillings and the dental assistant plopped a form on my lap to sign and left the room. I saw the heading had "Extraction" and I started thinking, 'what else could this mean since I'm here for a filling?' I thought maybe they had to remove an old filling first? She came back and I asked for clarification and she said that I was there to get a tooth pulled. I said that I was there for a filling. She insisted I was wrong and walked over to consult her records. She realized she had messed me up with another patient and brushed it off. I never had good feelings in this place right down to the painful X-rays (I know, X-rays aren't painful but these were!) and the dental assistant with a bad attitude. So I got my filling with no issue and left slightly rattled. My next visit was the first root canal. I had zero pain in any of my teeth but I was young and dumb and trusted Sonny was doing his job honestly. He convinced me a gold tooth was the way to go because it was the far back top molar and l didn't have a smile like Julia Roberts so no one would see it. I got the gold tooth.I got to work the next day and I told my colleagues my dental story so far, with 3 more RC's coming. Thank goodness one of my older and wiser colleagues convinced me to get a second opinion. I took his advice and saw a dentist in Fairfax. He did an X-ray (not painful) and asked if I had any pain in my mouth. I told him I didn't have never have. He was very professional, being careful not to speak badly about another dentist. He said he saw no reason for any root canals and thought I probably didn't need the one I got since it didn't hurt. He said some doctors are just more 'aggressive'. Bad news did come however when he showed me the X-ray of the gold tooth and the weird space between it and the neighboring tooth that my new dentist said would cause food buildup and problems moving forward. He suggested having it replaced and recommended that I ask Sonny to fix it for free. I was a poor new professional and really didn't want to pay to have this fixed but I just couldn't get myself to go back to Sonny Kim's office. I paid the money to have the gold tooth removed and a nice porcelain replacement with my new dentist.As I had mentioned in the beginning of this review, it's been over 10 years since this all happened. I've moved and had several dentists. Guess what? No one has ever said I needed a root canal and there is still no pain in my mouth. The moral of the story is if you go to this dentist and he wants to extract or give a root canal or some other expensive procedure, get a second opinion! I wish I had, but instead, I lost a tooth that I will never get back and that still haunts me to this day. I hope others don't have the same experience and wish I had spoke up sooner so it wouldn't happen to someone else.

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Jade B.

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Sonny Sunghun Kim

11876 Sunrise Valley Dr, Reston, VA 20191

(703) 390-9191