About Your Dentist

Brice Arndt, DDS

Dr. Arndt has been practicing dentistry in Camp Hill for the past 32 years. Originally from Madison, Wisconsin, he obtained his dental degree from the University of Minnesota. There, he was the recipient of the highly regarded "Irwin A. Epstein" award for dental excellence. After dental school, he completed a one year Dental Residency and Hospital Dentistry program at the West Virginia University Medical Center in Morgantown.

Dr. Arndt is a current board member of Homeland Center. He is a former Board member of the local Frederickson Library, former Board member of the Big 33 charity, former President of the West Shore Country Club, former Executive Board member of the Harrisburg Area Dental Society and the Founder of Free Dental Care for Migrant Workers Children of Adams County. Dr. Arndt was a four year NCAA football starter, and for the past 25 years, and is the former team dentist with the Harrisburg Senators pro baseball team with affiliations with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Montreal Expos and Washington Nationals professional baseball organizations.

A leader in the dental as well as local community, Dr. Arndt has been on several Dental/Medical mission trips throughout the world, including Costa Rica, Peru and the Galapagos Islands, as well as locally treating needy children. Dr. Arndt has extensive training and experience in dental sedation techniques. For many years, he has been a consultant for Holy Spirit Hospital and Healthsouth, a volunteer dentist for the local Mission of Mercy dental and medical clinic in Harrisburg and a volunteer to multiple civic groups and causes. A true advocate for creating superior esthetics for his patients, his countless hours of continued education results in benefits for those he serves. Dr. Arndt has been married to Kristi for 36 years and they have three children, Ryan, Sara and Emily. He is honored to have you consider him your dentist.