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Dr. Andrew Heidergott, DDS is a dentistry practitioner in Spokane, WA and has been practicing for 9 years. He graduated from University Of Washington / School Of Dentistry in 2009 and practices dentistry, oral surgery, and more.Read his story
This content was provided by Dr. Heidergott "Dr. Heidergott started his career with the Boeing Company as a mechanical engineer, designing landing gear for the 777 airplanes. It took him a number of years to find his way to the profession of dentistry. Good professional role models as well as positive experiences as a child with some significant dental needs helped to lay the foundation for the dentist he is today. As a child Dr. Heidergott was born with an extra front tooth. Something as simple as an extra tooth led to two sets of braces and gum tissue transplants. Needless to say, he knows what many of his patients are going through when they come to his office. For Dr. Heidergott each patient is more than an engineering project, big or small, he is trying to provide the best care he can and getting to know his patients and their needs. Good planning allows for the best possible results and happy patients! Dr. Heidergott had been practicing in the Puget Sound area, but looking for a change from the traffic, weather, and headaches Seattle presents, he moved his wife and three boys to the east side of the state. He began his practice here is Spokane at the beginning of 2012 and he and his family love all that the Spokane area has to offer. "
This content was provided by Dr. Heidergott "Dr. Heidergott and his staff are committed to providing you with high-quality, state-of-the-art dental care while making your visit to our office as pleasant and comfortable as possible. We provide a caring and compassionate atmosphere for our patients to make positive choices for their dental health."