I have been practicing dentistry for kids in Harrison since December of 2013. I love the artistic challenge dentistry brings. I have always know that I wanted to help people, and I believe I do that by changing one smiles at a time.
Kids have so much imagination and fire! They can make fun out of anything, and I believe we all could learn a thing or two from that mentality. Seeing these kids learning and enjoying to learn is the best part of my job.
Of course, I could not deliver the quality of care my patients deserve without my team. At Super Smiles, we believe in the power of teamwork—two people together can accomplish more than two people alone. We here are the definition of a team, everyone is always right there willing to help in any way they can!
Education and Continuing Education
I graduated with honors in 2012, obtaining my Doctor of Medical Dentistry degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine.
As a member of the Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and through continuing education, I am able to provide conscious sedation, preform wisdom teeth extractions along with other oral surgery, do root canal treatments, and do advanced orthodontic treatments on patients.
My additional affiliations include:
- American Dental Association
- American Association of Orthodontics
- Academy of General Dentistry
Family and Community
I have been married to my beautiful wife Heather for 13 years. Together, we have two amazing children. Chance is nine; he loves to build and create new things. Hadley is five and loves to sing and make new friends. Family is and will always be my first priority.
My family and I moved to the Ozarks for the beautiful lakes and the outdoors. We spend a lot of time traveling and are always up for new adventures. I am also a licensed pilot, and enjoy taking my family to places we have never seen. When we are not traveling, you can find us wakeboarding on the lake or kayaking on the river. I also enjoy hiking and woodworking; in fact, I built many of the props in our new office and along with designing the building! My motto is to live intentionally, and live every day to the fullest.
It is so humbling to give back to the communities that support me and my business daily. I annually participate in the Arkansas Dental Mission of Mercy and quarterly give my time to help at the Harrison Free Rotary Clinic. I also donate to Toys for Tots and the local Boys and Girls Club.