Our Southside Savannah dental office offers patients great hours, opening at 7 AM Monday through Friday to accommodate patients. We love helping our patients feel confident again with their smiles. The best is when we hand them a mirror after a procedure and see their reaction- a huge smile and excitement. Their happiness keeps us motivated.
We are located on Montgomery Crossroad, directly across the street from Bartlett Middle School. We are less than 5 miles from Armstrong Atlantic University and Hunter Army Airfield, less than 10 miles from Skidaway Island and the Sandfly area.
Dr. Bobotis is available Monday, Thursday, Friday. Dr. Han is available Tuesday and Wednesday.
Dr. Harry Bobotis
Originally from Greenville, South Carolina, Dr. Harry Bobotis completed his undergraduate studies at Wofford College before earning his dental degree from Boston University. He is currently a member of the Georgia Dental Association and American Dental Association. Dr. Bobotis loves helping his patients learn to smile with confidence again and particularly enjoys restoring smiles for those who need dentures. He makes a special effort to offer his patients plenty of patience, care and compassion. Of Greek descent, Dr. Bobotis is an avid cook and believes that Greek food is “in his blood.” He also enjoys playing the accordion and spending time with his wife and two children.
Aileen Han, DDS, is originally from Cambridge, Maryland. She studied Biology and Biomedical Studies at St. Olaf College before attending the University of Iowa College of Dentistry and Dental Clinics. Dr. Han attributes her decision to become a dentist to the great relationships she had with her own childhood dentists. She loves making her patients feel comfortable and showing them that going to the dentist can be a positive experience. In her spare time, Dr. Han enjoys being near the water, baking, traveling and eating good seafood.
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