Chester County Dentistry for Children is pleased and excited to welcome Doctors Natalie Masiuk D.M.D and Heather Burns D.M.D to their Chester County-area practices. With the addition of two new doctors, their three Chester County-area locations in Lionville, Kennett Square and West Chester will be able to see even more patients and serve the community in an even greater way.
Dr. Natalie Masiuk D.M.D
Dr. Heather Burns D.M.D
Dr. Masiuk received her undergraduate degree from Auburn University and her dental degree from the University of Maryland. Masiuk says she was inspired to become a dentist because she had an extensive amount of dental work done and seeks to provide the same expert level of care to other children as she has experienced herself. The best part of her job as a pediatric dentist is “seeing the smiles on the children’s faces each and every day.”
Dr. Burns received her undergraduate degree from Lehigh University, and then went on to receive her D.M.D from Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry. Burns comes from a long line of medical health professionals, including her mother and sister, and she has a passion for working with children to help them have healthy smiles. She is excited to grow her patient base and looks forward to providing many children with the opportunity to see that the dentist’s office can be a fun and happy place.
Chester County Dentistry for Children is currently accepting new patients and seeks to become the pediatric dentist of choice for their community. For more information on the practice or to schedule an appointment, visit www.cckidsdmd.com.
Our office, as well as The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the American Dental Association (ADA), and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) all recommend establishing a “Dental Home” for your child by one year of age. Children who have a dental home are more likely to receive appropriate preventive and routine oral health care. Chester County Dentistry for Children is a division of Children and Teen Dental Group.