Our staff is highly trained, experienced and ready to help you and your family maintain a healthy smile. Read More
Dr. Sara Gotwalt shares her father’s enthusiasm for patient focused dentistry provided in a compassionate environment.
Dr. John Gotwalt has been providing comprehensive and personalized dental care in Lititz, PA for over 30 years.
"My family switched to Dr. Gotwalt shortly after Dr. Sara started in business. We were asked to be her clients. What a wonderful idea. She is right out of school, building her clientele, advancing her education, & hopefully a dentist...
"I have been a patient of Dr. Gotwalt’s for 8 years now, first with Dr. John, and now with Dr. Sara. There has never been a time that I haven't looked forward to my appointment because everyone at the office...
"I have been going to Dr. Gotwalt's office as long as I can remember. In fact, I can truly say that I enjoy going to the dentist. Not only are the people there really friendly and are honestly interested in...
"I appreciate that Dr. John regularly pursues continuing ed to update his knowledge base and skill level. Beyond that, he is extremely attuned to my comfort level. When I ask for "no pain" during a treatment, I get no pain....
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We offer a range of payment options, including financing, and will gladly file your dental insurance to help you maximize your benefits.Learn More
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We hope you feel comfortable and at home in our Lititz, PA family dental practice. Enjoy sweeping country views from each of our treatment rooms..Learn More
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