Dr. Craig Sommer DDS, Dentist

Dr. Craig Sommer DDS

Dentist

111 S. Tejon Street 310 Colorado Springs CO, 80903

About

Craig Sommer, DDS, maintains a position as a Council of National Board of Dental Examiners Certified Dentist with Craig Sommer DDS LLC-Springs Holistic Dentistry in Colorado Springs, where he focuses on the connection between dental health and overall wellbeing. Dr. Sommer graduated from University of California Los Angeles in 1978 and has since gained three decades of experience in his chosen field. He was named as a Regents Scholar for his exemplary academic achievements. He attributes his years of success to his commitment to lifelong learning and continued education.

Education and Training

University of California

Los Angeles

Board Certification

Council of National Board of Dental Examiners-General Dentistry

Provider Details

Male English 40 years of experience

Areas of expertise and specialization

Dentist/Holistic

Faculty Titles & Positions

  • Local lecturing and public speaking. -

Professional Society Memberships

  • ADA, CDA, American Academy of AntiAging Medicine

What do you attribute your success to?

  • Craig attributes his success to life long and continued learning.

Hobbies / Sports

  • Photography

Favorite professional publications

  • New England Journal of Medicine

Dr. Craig Sommer DDS's Practice location

111 S. Tejon Street -
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
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New patients: 719-632-3591, 719-632-3591
Fax: 719-955-0362, 719-955-0362

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