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Welcome to Our Daytona Beach Practice!

Dr. Jean Chang-Lowe and her dental team invite you to our warm and friendly dental office. We take pride in the atmosphere of our beautiful practice as it provides a calming effect for many patients. Our Daytona Beach dentist has been providing comprehensive dental care to families for over 20 years. We encourage our patients and their children to visit our family-oriented office to receive effective treatments by our compassionate staff. Our team at the office of Jean Chang- Lowe, DDS is committed to helping patients preserve their smiles by educating them on the proper maintenance of their teeth and gums.

A Kind Approach to Dentistry

Dr. Chang-Lowe only provides patients with dental services and restorations that meet her high standard of excellence and quality. We are conservative when recommending treatments, never advising patients to receive something we do not believe will bring them to their best oral health and aesthetic.

With a combination of modern techniques and state-of-the-art technologies, we give patients the individualized attention they deserve, ensuring they obtain the best quality of care possible. Every smile is different, which is why when our dentist performs her examinations, she makes sure to look at each unique aspect associated with the dental anatomy. She also talks with patients to understand their dental goals and expectations, knowing not just the teeth and gums but the person as well.

By meticulously analyzing the smile and communicating with her patients, our Daytona Beach dental practice creates personalized treatment plans to achieve her patients’ one-of-a-kind goals and reach their optimal oral health.

At the dental practice of Jean Chang-Lowe, DDS we provide the following restorative, cosmetic, and general dental treatments to maintain and preserve the smiles of our adult and young patients:

  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Restorations
  • Periodontal Care
  • Botox
  • Preventative Dentistry

We make every effort to create a welcoming environment, ensuring our patients are able to relax within our office. For patients who experience dental anxiety or feel nervous about their upcoming appointment, our dentist works with them to provide a sense of calm.

Dr. Chang-Lowe gets to know each one of her patients personally, building relationships which she finds makes her job rewarding. The bond formed between the patient and our dentist also allow for both parties to feel confident regarding the recommended treatment.

Contact the office of Jean Chang-Lowe, DDS

Our Daytona Beach practice looks forward to being able to support your oral health and overall well-being. Our dental team welcomes patients of all ages to receive quality dental treatments from us. Contact our Daytona Beach dental practice to learn more about our staff, services, and to schedule your next appointment.


What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Simply "The Best". Almost makes you look forward to going to the dentist... friendly staff, almost no wait, your in and in the chair in no time. Dr. Chang-Lowe is always responsive and makes sure you're well taken care of."
    Steven S
  • "Love my dental hygienist Claudia! And of course Dr. Jean Chang-Lowe, she is the best!"
    Katy B
  • "Best Dentist around! Not only is she friendly but she is gentle and kind. I have a fear of dental work and she put me at ease."
    Trista L
  • "I could not ask for a better dentist or hygienists. Always friendly and accommodating, by far the best experience I've had with a dentist. I have moderate anxiety about dental procedures and Dr. Chang-Lowe and her associates help to put me at ease. I can't recommend her office enough!"
    Anna W
  • "Dr. Chang-Lowe and the entire staff are awesome! Very professional, thorough, and friendly! I wish I had found her long ago ...."
    Jack T

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