Meet Dr. Cho
Hangin Cho, DDS
Dr. Hangin Cho grew up in Seoul South Korea, where his father is a Pastor and his mother is a retired Registered Nurse. He attended Kyung Hee University working towards a degree in Architectural Engineering, when he took a two year hiatus from the University to serve in the Korean Army, returning in 2008 to receive his Bachelor’s Degree.
Dr. Cho and his wife Minyoung moved to the United States in 2008, where he attended La Sierra University before being accepted into the Dental program at Loma Linda University, he graduated in 2015 with his Dental Degree.
Dr. Cho has found that the latest dental technology of digital x-rays and the intraoral camera is beneficial for his practice as well as for his patients. Digital x-rays offer the convenience of reduced radiation and our intraoral camera allows patients to see exactly what he sees.
We will work side by side with our patients to help them achieve the beautiful smile they have always dreamed of. Dr. Cho listens to patients concerns and will always answer any question. Our office is devoted to restoring and enhancing the natural beauty of your smile using state of the art procedures that will result in beautiful, long lasting smiles! We are committed to providing only the best to our patients by staying on the cutting edge of dental continuing education and technology.
Dr. Cho and his team are committed to strengthening relationships with each patient. We treat our patients as we would want to be treated ourselves, with respect, compassion and care.
Dr. Cho holds active memberships in:
- Pacific Implant Academy Member
- American Dental Association
- California Dental Association
- Tri-County Dental Society
- Certified Invisalign Orthodontic Provider
- Spears Study Club Member
On a personal note:
Dr. Cho is married and has 2 sons, Kenneth and Kevin. He and his wife share their passion for dentistry as she is a Dental Hygienist. Together they enjoy camping and going on hikes with their family.
Dr. Cho gets much joy by giving back to the community through his volunteer work by continuing to participate in missionary trips to Cambodia, and The Arizona Native Reserves, as well as in community health fares.