Richard Kline, DDS – Pediatric Dentist
Dr. Richard Kline earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the Medical College of Virginia, Richmond. He then earned his Certificate in Pediatric Dentistry at the University Of Maryland School Of Dentistry, Baltimore. While working towards his Pediatric Dentistry Certificate, he was awarded a fellowship at the JFK Institute for Handicapped Children at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Kline also helped write a chapter titled “Oral Habits” for the pediatric dental textbook Pediatric Dental Medicine. He is the Assistant Director of Pediatric Dentistry at the JFK Institute and was appointed as an instructor in the Department of Surgery at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and John Hopkins Hospital.
Dr. Kline is a member of The American Dental Association; The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry; The Maryland Society of Dentistry for Children; The Maryland State Dental Association and The Baltimore County Dental Association.
Dr. and Mrs. Kline enjoy spending family time together, traveling, keeping up with their grandchildren and attending Orioles Baseball and Syracuse Football games.
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“The dentist was sensitive to my daughter’s comfort.”