Dr. Kumar is a native of BC, having grown up in the lower mainland for a majority of his youth. He spent a large portion of his younger days in Langley, BC and now calls it home with his lovely wife. He completed his undergraduate studies at U.B.C. and then traveled to the U.S. to complete his Dental schooling at Temple University, Pennsylvania. Beautiful weather and opportunity then took him to Los Angeles, California, where he practiced for many years honing his skills in various areas of dentistry. He decided to start his own practise in Langley, and provide care in the methods that he believed in for his patients. Dr. Kumar believes Modern Dentistry is the key to providing patients quality dentistry- making the most effective use of their time, while minimizing discomfort. His honest and clear explanation of sometimes complex dental issues is the reason patients love their visit, and feel empowered about their oral health.
In his spare time, Dr. Kumar loves to share his experience with future dentists as an Assistant Clinical Instructor at UBC School of Dentistry. He also enjoys many hobbies, which include working on classic cars, leather working, boating, travelling, cooking, and among family is renowned for being able to fix anything!
Dr. Seddik earned his Doctorate of Dental Medicine degree from the University of British Columbia. His interest in continuous learning and development in the field of oral and dental health culminated with a Diploma in Advanced General Dentistry from the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Edinburgh, UK.
Dr. Seddik enjoys working with people and believes his self-worth comes from impacting people’s lives and helping them improve their health and satisfaction. Having a background from Egypt and Emirates and travelling to different countries enabled him to broaden his horizons and understand differences in cultures, learning and communication.
In his free time, he enjoys hiking the beautiful trails of Vancouver with his wife, learning new Basketball moves from his daughter and trying not to get outrun by his Son when playing Soccer.