6309 Piccadilly Square Drive, Mobile, AL 36609 (251) 341-1500
6309 Piccadilly Square Drive
Mobile, AL 36609
(251) 341-1500

Our Staff

Sonya White, DDS

Dr. White first became interested in dentistry after visiting her own dentist as a child. He made her checkups seem like so much fun and helpful, as she got older, she decided dentistry was the career for her. After graduating dental school at Howard University in Washington, DC she returned to her hometown and fulfilled a dream and worked as an associate in his office before he retired.

Dr. White has been in private practice since 1997 and is committed to providing dental excellence to her patients.

She continues her post-graduate training at the prestigious Las Vegas Institute of Advance Dental Studies in Las Vegas, Nevada. By undergoing training, Dr. White consistently achieves the clinical ability that few dentists in the country are even aware exists. She is one of the few LVI dentists in the area. This training has given her extensive knowledge in Cosmetic and Neuromuscular dentistry.

At our office, we offer 3-D Imaging Galileos, this is the latest in technological advances and new diagnostic possibilities. This high tech imaging is used to change the treatment options and help achieve diagnostic success in the treatment of our patients.

We also have the technology to perform one day beautiful porcelain crowns.

In our office, you will find the most "dazzling smiles" and the warmest personalities waiting to greet you. Our goal and policy is to provide our patients with the highest quality of dentistry available. We strive to be the best and treat our patients as one of our own family members. We have genuine concern for your comfort before, during and after your treatment. Dr. White is also a member of the Academy of General Dentistry, the American Dental Association, the Mississippi Dental Association, the Alabama Dental Association, Howard Alumni Dental Association and the American Orthodontic Society.

The most important concern for Dr. White is turning around the patient's perception of dentistry. Patients who have had a negative experience give them a positive one. Patients who have had positive experiences exceed their expectations.

Office Hours

Monday:
8:30AM-4:00PM
Tuesday
8:30AM-4:00PM
Wednesday:
8:30AM-5:30PM
Thursday:
8:30AM-4:00PM
Friday:
By Appointment Only