Meet Dr. Christopher Maguire-Adams D.M.D.
Dr. Christopher Maguire-Adams graduated Magna Cum Laude from Temple University’s Kornberg School of Dentistry in 2013. He completed his residency at Temple University as Chief Resident in 2015. Research compiled during his residency went on to be presented at the annual American Association of Endodontics. After school he returned to the Pacific Northwest with his family in 2015. He is the father of two young children, Abigail and Porter. His wife, Tiffany, is an Issaquah local and the daughter of Dr. Andrew Johnson, DDS. Though he was raised all over the east coast he and his family decided to put down roots here in the Puget Sound area.
In 2017 Dr. Maguire-Adams took over his father-in-law’s practice, Johnson Endodontics, and Peak Endodontics was established. His time is split between our two Peak Endodontics locations. One day a week he works at the University of Washington as an Affiliate Associate Faculty member teaching predoctoral student endodontics. For the past three years he’s volunteered at Seattle King County Clinic performing procedures at no cost for the local underserved and at risk population. A program in which he takes great pride in.
He works hard to further his education and stay up to date in the latest and greatest of endodontic technology. Currently, he is the president of John Smith Study Club and attends two other study clubs. He is also a member of the American Association of Endodontics (AAE).
Dr. Maguire-Adams considers patient care to be of the utmost importance. At Peak Endodontics we do our best to see patients as quickly as possible and while with us to receive the highest level of care. He looks forward to this new start in the Pacific Northwest and growing and expanding Peak Endodontics.