Katherine Dively, DDS
Dr. Dively is very excited to team up with Dr. Scott Ayle and join the prestigious Crosstown Dental Group. A native of Michigan, she attended the University of Maryland Dental School, graduating in the top of her class. Upon graduation, she completed a rigorous residency at York Hospital in York, PA. For the past 8 years, Dr. Kate has been in private practice in South Central Pennsylvania, serving patients of all ages. She is committed to staying on the cutting edge of dentistry and takes numerous hours of continuing education in areas such as digital dentistry, esthetics, sedation, laser dentistry, pediatrics, and orthodontics. She is a member of the American Dental Association (ADA) and the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD).
“I went into dentistry because I am passionate about helping people and it is my mission to make coming to the dentist a positive experience. With today’s technology such as the Solea laser, dentistry can now be pain-free and pleasant. I know that dental anxiety affects many people young and old, and it is my goal to alleviate their fears through a relaxed environment and a gentle touch. I want all dental visits to end with a smile!”
Outside of dentistry, Dr. Kate stays busy with her husband Alan, a native of Elizabethtown, PA and their three young children, Addison, Andrew, and Brynn. She enjoys running, baking, biking, and visiting local parks with her family. She looks forward to meeting you and helping you achieve a healthy, beautiful smile.
Andrew D. Gould, DMD
A native of Hershey, Dr. Gould has been practicing in New Cumberland since 1996 since graduating from the University of Pittsburgh in 1995 and a post-graduate residency program at Baltimore's VA Hospital. Concentrating on the entire patient; Dr. Gould prides himself on offering all facets of dentistry in his modern, recently renovated Olde Towne Family and Sports Dental practice. He is the team dentist for the Hershey Bears, Harrisburg Senators, as well as working with other athletes at the professional and scholastic levels. He has become most well-known for his work with the Maher Mouth Guard in mitigating concussions in today's athlete. A member of The American Dental Association, the Academy for Sports Dentistry, the Pennsylvania Dental Association, and his local dental society; Dr. Gould considers himself a leader in organized dentistry and has won numerous awards for his philanthropic ways in giving back to the profession he admires.
Recently, along with John H. Kiessling, Dr. Gould established Crosstown Dental Group, LLC in Palmyra. Together, he and Dr. Kiessling hope to expand their dental base and knowledge into new territory, which will include the area's first Laser Dental Practice. These two pioneers also have been consultants on numerous dental clinics established to serving those in need in the Central Pennsylvania Area.
Dr. Gould resides in Hershey with his wife Ami of 20 years, and his two daughters Lydia (17) and Meredith (16). When not doing the work he loves, Dr. Gould enjoys traveling, hunting, and playing golf.
John H. Kiessling, DMD FICD
Harrisburg dentist, Dr. Kiessling is a native of South Williamsport, PA and moved to Hummelstown as a teenager. He graduated from Lower Dauphin High School and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Lycoming College. He received his Doctorate in Dental Medicine from Temple University School of Dentistry. Following graduation from Temple he completed one year of residency in general dentistry at Abington Memorial Hospital. Dr. Kiessling is a member of Harrisburg Area Dental Society, 5th District Dental Society, Pennsylvania Dental Association, and the American Dental Association. He is a Past President of the Harrisburg Area Dental Society and the 5th District Dental Society. He has been honored to receive the 2011 Cornelius Award presented by Arms Around Communities. He is also a 2012 recipient of the Pennsylvania Dental Association’s Public Service Award. He is heavily involved in volunteer work by providing free dental care to the underserved population through Health Ministries of Christ Lutheran Church Harrisburg.
In his private practice Harrisburg dentist, Dr. Kiessling is committed to developing a long term professional relationship with his patients, one that emphasizes patient comfort and convenience and the highest quality and most up to date dental treatment options. He and his staff have the goal of presenting a plan to patients that allows the patient, working with the professional staff, to maintain or restore the mouth to an optimal state of comfort, function and appearance.
In November, 2015, Dr. Kiessling was recognized by the International College of Dentists. This organization, by thorough peer review process, honors outstanding dentists who have demonstrated an abiding interest and concern for their profession by their devotion and high ethical behavior. This is a significant event in Dr. Kiessling's career as it brings honor to his dental profession and will allow him to add the title F.I.C.D. (Fellow International College of Dentists) as a permanent part of his credentials.
On the personal side, Dr. Kiessling is married to wife Jill with three children, Jake, Greta and Emma. His hobbies are fishing, guitar playing and maintaining a small sheep farm.
Scott H. Ayle, DDS
Dr. Scott Ayle obtained his Doctorate of Dental Surgery degree from The Ohio State University College of Dentistry. He then served in the U S Air Force Dental Corps prior to opening a Family Dental Practice in Palmyra, PA.
During his time in Palmyra, he was active and Past President of the Hershey Dental Study Club and also President of the Lebanon County Dental Society. He has received Presidential Citations from the Pennsylvania Dental Association for his service as President of the Fourth District Dental Society, as well as for his service on the PDA Membership Committee.
Dr. Ayle is a 32nd degree Mason, Member of the Zembo Shrine and Past President of the Palmyra Rotary Club. Dr. Ayle and Judy thoroughly enjoy family time with their daughters’ families and their grandchildren.