Dr. Su Kim grew up in Columbia, Maryland. She knew early on in her career that she wanted to focus on keeping kids healthy, and Tiny Tooth Pediatric Dentistry has given her the opportunity of a lifetime.
Dr. Su Kim attended the University of Maryland Baltimore County, receiving a full Dean’s scholarship. She then earned her master’s in Biology from Towson University. While attending the University of Maryland School of Dentistry, she discovered that pediatric dentistry was her life’s calling. She graduated in the top 8, magna cum laude, received her DDS, and later earned her Pediatric Dentistry Residence Certificate. Fun fact: Dr. Su gave birth to her first child, Habin, on the night she took her 9 hour board exam!
Dr. Su is part of the Cleft Lip and Palate team at GBMC (Greater Baltimore Medical Center) and is credentialed at Sinai Hospital Lifebridge Health Center. In addition, she is also The Breathe Institute Ambassador; having received training at the Breathe Institute for Tongue-Tie and Lip-Tie Revision.
Today, Dr. Su takes pride in creating a positive, conservative dental experience for her patients and their families. It's her goal to be a friend and advocate to all the moms in her local community. As a mother to two daughters, you can find her spending time with her family, or playing tennis and rock climbing in the neighborhood. By offering support to you and your children in Columbia, Ellicott City and surrounding areas, Dr. Su hopes to provide care and instill habits that your child can carry with them for life.
At Tiny Tooth Pediatric Dentistry, your child’s well-being is our main focus. That’s why each member of our team is extra gentle during treatment and extra fun before and after appointments! By making your child feel welcome and comfortable, we can provide excellent service and bring a smile to each parent and child at every visit.
Dr. Su loves to teach children about the importance of oral health and can be found educating kids throughout the community. She volunteers at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry in the Pediatric Dental Department as a Dean’s faculty member, and at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center serving as their pediatric dentist for the cleft lip and cleft palate team.