Dr. Kolsun opened the doors to his practice in Silver Spring on August 15, 1984. Since then, Hempfield Family Dental Care has grown from a small single chair dental office along a closed road and backed up to a cornfield, to his current facility with six chairs and a staff of nine. Following the values he learned while achieving the rank of Eagle Scout, Dr. Kolsun has always strived to provide the best dental care, while treating all of his patients as family and friends.
Today, Hempfield Family Dental Care is an integrated team of dental specialists including hygienists and expanded duty assistants, all working together to provide the best care for patients. Dr. Kolsun has invested in the latest technologies to make common procedures easier, as well as advanced diagnostic equipment that helps detect many conditions earlier. Hempfield Family Dental Care is one of only a few practices that makes use of a Velescope for pre-cancer detection.
After 30 years, Dr. Kolsun remains the solo dentist at Hempfield Family Dental Care out of his desire to maintain the integrity of his practice and be responsible for the care of all his patients.
About Dr. Kolsun
Dr. Kolsun is a member of the American Dental Association, the Pennsylvania Dental Association and the Lancaster County Dental Society.
Dr. Kolsun attended the University of Pittsburgh Dental School and was awarded his Doctor of Dental Medicine in 1983. Following a six month associateship in Clarion PA, Dr. Kolsun relocated to Lancaster County and provided dental care at the Welsh Mountain Medical Center and at Lancaster General Hospital while establishing his current practice in West Hempfield.
G. David Kolsun, D.M.D was born in Philadelphia, but spent the majority of his youth in Pittsburgh, PA. As an active Boy Scout he was a member of the Order of the Arrow, a Junior Assistant Scoutmaster and achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor of Science in Biology in 1976. He attended the University of Pittsburgh Medical School, receiving his Master of Science in Microbiology in 1979. He presented his research at the International Congress of Biochemistry in Toronto Canada in July 1979.
Dr. Kolsun lives in Landisville, PA with his wife Alisa and has two adult children. They are active members of Concordia Lutheran Church where they serve as ushers, lectors and Dr. Kolsun is an Assisting Minister. Dr. Kolsun’s interests range from oil painting and watercolors, to travelling, scuba diving and underwater photography. He enjoys woodworking and plays hockey with several groups in Lancaster and Hershey.