Almond Orthodontics’ new building ready to open in 2017

Almond Orthodontics’ new clinic is scheduled to be completed Dec. 23 and open for business Jan. 3 at 8305 W. Quinault Ave. in Kennewick.

The new office, adjacent to Great Harvest Bread Co. and Costco, will allow for better accommodations and parking for patients and their families, and it will be twice as large as its former location on Gage Boulevard in Richland.

The 8,500-square-foot building features 6,000 square feet on the upper floor for Almond Orthodontics, 2,500 square feet below for storage and 1,800 square feet for a future tenant.

Almond Orthodontics was founded in 2007 by Brian Almond and his wife and orthodontic assistant Rachel.

It since has grown and a new partner — Brian’s older brother John — joined in 2014. John had practiced in Puyallup for 18 years in his own successful orthodontic practice.

Almond Orthodontics’ goal has always been to give its patients excellent service, exceptional results and a wonderful value.

The contractor is W McKay Construction in Kennewick and the designer is Harms Engineering of Pasco.

For more information, visit or call 509-628-0110.

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