Three dental specialists to open in one space at 37th and Maize Road

WICHITA — Three dental practices are taking “just a great opportunity” and locating in one new building at 37th and Maize Road, says endodontist Terry Turner.

“This was an opportunity to be with other specialists under one roof, which is unique for Wichita for dental specialists,” he says.

The 15,000-square-foot building at 37th and Maize Road will open in July and be roughly divided into thirds for Turner, orthodontists Justin Trimmell and Paul Anders and pediatric dentist Matthew Healy.

Turner is expanding his Professional Endodontics from 1,729 square feet at the Reflection Ridge Office Park at 21st and Ridge to about 4,000 square feet in the new building.

Trimmell & Anders Orthodontics is moving its west Wichita office from Maple and Maize.

This is Healy’s first solo practice.

“I’ve always had a dream of being on my own,” he says. “I have a vision of how I want to run a practice.”

His Tiny Teeth Pediatric Dentistry will be decorated with children’s themes and “really cool stuff.”

“It’s going to be really kid friendly,” Healy says. “We’re trying to build an environment that kids love and parents trust.”

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