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Trusted & Affordable Dental Care

With nearly 40 years of practice, Clemmons Family Dental has perfected its focus on the best in patient care. Offering a wide array of dental services and procedures from preventive care to restorative work, Clemmons Family Dental is the clear choice for your entire family.

For more information or to request an appointment please call (336) 766-9111

Meet the Doctors

  • Dr.
    Kirk A. Turner DDS, PA

    Dr. Turner received his B.S. and D.D.S. degrees from Loma Linda University in California. He has three children, and in his free time, he enjoys history, hiking, and reading. Dr. Turner loves to help patients maintain their dental health, and believes in treating his patients as he would like to be treated.

  • Dr.
    Jerry L. Chostner DDS, PA

    Dr. Chostner attended Wake Forest University for his undergraduate studies and received his dental degree at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. He has a son and daughter, and in his spare time likes to travel, fly fish, and spend time with his grandchildren. Dr. Chostner looks forward to welcoming you to Clemmons Family Dental and providing you and your family with quality dental care.

  • Dr.
    Sahana Peoples DDS

    Born in India and raised in Richmond, Dr. Peoples attended Medical College of Virginia for dental school. Following graduation, she taught freshman operative dentistry at MCV for 2 years while also working in private practice. Dr. Peoples moved to the Winston Salem in 2000, and has practiced in the area ever since. She and her husband have three children. In her spare time, she enjoys exercising, cooking, reading, and volunteers at her children's school and the Community Care Clinic.

  • Dr.
    Ashley Schofield DMD

    Dr. Schofield received her undergraduate degree from Appalachian State University and her D.M.D. from East CarolinaUniversity. She grew up in Lexington, NC and is happy to be practicing back near home. In her spare time, you can find her hiking, running and spending time outdoors with her dog, Kona. Dr. Schofield looks forward to educating her patients on oral health and forming relationships of honesty and trust. 


What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Such a friendly place! Great staff and always willing to help make your visit a pleasant one."
    Sarahb W.
  • "Everyone was friendly and efficient. Pam did her usual great job of cleaning my teeth."
  • "Always a great experience."
    Julieb C.
  • "The staff is friendly and caring and my appointment was on time. They got me in and out without any problem."
    Pamela C.
  • "Work was done without discomfort and everyone was friendly."
    Donald C.

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