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Dr. James Dickert and Dr. Agatha Lynn lead a team of dental professionals at West Ashley Family Dentistry who are dedicated to the health, function and aesthetics of your smile. We offer comprehensive care that is founded in patient focused dentistry, using the highest standard of materials and advanced technology.
We look forward to helping you enjoy the benefits of a smile that supports your best quality of life and boosts your confidence. West Ashley Family Dentistry welcomes patients from many communities around Charleston to our family friendly dentist office on St. Andrews Boulevard.
West Ashley Family Dentistry is the best! We love Dr. Dickert!! He takes the time to explain in detail what's going on and has a refreshing conservative approach to treatment ... plus, he uses state-of-the-art technology and all of this makes us feel like we are getting the best care possible without being pressured into expensive procedures we may not necessarily need.
Always great, friendly people, my teeth feel amazing!!!
Dr. Dickert is an excellent dentist! He is extremely skillful, informative, and caring. His assistants and front desk staff are also as professional and caring as he is. I highly recommend this practice.
Welcome to West Ashley Family Dentistry serving the communities of greater Charleston, S.C..
Your first visit with us provides the chance to get to know each other. Dr. Dickert or Dr. Lynn will meet with you to learn more about your dental health concerns and offer personal care for your unique smile. Your visit will include:
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