A new dentist’s office is coming to the Center Stage development in Keller.

The details

Oasis Family Dentistry will be located at 1340 N. Main St., Ste. 600. Owner Dr. Airy Choi said the expected opening day of the 1,824-square-foot office is Feb. 15, 2024.

Services include general dentistry procedures. Beyond those basic services, Choi and her staff also offer a comprehensive range of services that include:
  • Restorative procedures, such as crowns or implant restorations
  • Cosmetic enhancements
  • Orthodontic treatment
  • Orofacial pain therapy
  • Teeth whitening products
A closer look

“[We] cater to the diverse oral health requirements of our patients,” Choi said.


As part of every comprehensive exam for patients, Choi said a “healthy 3D mouth scan” with an intra-oral camera will allow patients to visually see everything that is going on in their mouth. Patients will then have access to the scan on their phone.

Beyond helping patients manage their oral health, Choi and her staff also ensure their patients' comfort is a top priority as well.

“Nitrous gas sedation and oral sedation is also provided along with a comfort menu to help our patients be more at ease when receiving their dental treatment,” Choi said. “For those who don’t prefer sedation, Koto, a registered therapy dog, is a hypoallergenic miniature goldendoodle, who can offer emotional support to patients who may experience anxiety during their dental visits upon request.”

Choi added that she and her staff are committed to not only providing top-notch dental treatments, but also educating their patients on the importance of optimizing their oral health.


“We believe that knowledge is power,” Choi said. “By empowering our patients with the information they need, we can help them make informed decisions about their dental care. Our team of highly skilled professionals stays at the forefront of advancements in dentistry, ensuring that our patients receive the most advanced and effective treatments available.”

Becoming a member of the Keller community means more to Choi than simply opening a dental practice, she said.

“It signifies the opportunity to connect with individuals, families and neighbors on a personal level,” Choi said. “It means being entrusted with the responsibility of ensuring their oral health and well-being, and ultimately their happiness. Together, we can create a community of healthy, happy smiles that will last a lifetime.”