Dr. Wing was born and raised in Panama City, Panama, and is fluent in English and Spanish. He obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biology degree from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska, and then went on to get a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree at Creighton University’s School of Dentistry.
He moved to the DFW metroplex right after dental school and has been working in the area as a general dentist for 15 years. He also participates as an instructor at the Wehrle Implant Immersion Course (wiic.org) held in Puebla, Mexico several times a year, where dentists are trained in dental implant surgery.
The pandemic led and inspired him to open Deep Ellum Advanced Dentistry in early 2021. Here, his mission is to “craft confident smiles”, using advanced technology to provide the best approaches, and focusing on Invisalign, implants, and cosmetic dentistry.
When he’s not at work, you’ll most likely find him spending time with his 8-month-old son and family, reading about dental cases, watching videos on dentistry, or reading about history, the origins of languages, or the origins of humans.
"I love being a dental assistant because I love learning in the field and helping people with their teeth. It seems that the majority of people don’t feel as confident with their teeth. But after they see what we can do for them, you immediately see a huge change in their confidence after!"
Born and raised in Arlington, Ashley has worked in the dental field for about a year and received her dental assistant license from Tarrant County College. She’s currently pursuing a degree in Chemistry at the University of Texas at Arlington with aspirations to attend a dental school after graduation.
Outside of work and school, she enjoys spending time with friends, playing sports, and staying active. She plays volleyball and soccer for a few outdoor and indoor leagues, as well as plays soccer for a team at UTA.
“I love making people feel confident about their smiles/teeth and feel better when they walk out of our dentist office.”
Kayci has just recently worked in the dental field and considers it exciting and fun. She grew up in Grand Prairie and currently lives in Dallas. Outside of the office, Kayce loves traveling, going out to eat and trying new restaurants, and going to the gym.