Health, function and beauty: These are the key elements I consider as I work to restore my patients’ teeth to optimum condition. My restorations are the most conservative possible, and I recommend dental materials that will give each tooth the best chance to achieve long-term success.
I completed my dental studies at the University of Missouri at Kansas City, where I now serve as an adjunct professor. My dental internship took me to the David Grant U.S. Air Force Hospital. I am a Master in the Academy of General Dentistry and continue my education through study clubs including the R.V. Tucker Study Club and the Kois Center.
I practice restorative dentistry, examining and diagnosing all factors that contribute to the deterioration of your oral health. My initial evaluation is followed by the development of a treatment plan that not only addresses dental problems, but that also considers your personal needs.
I serve as a Boy Scouts of America leader, sit on the Credit Union Board, and act as the dental student liaison for the UMKC School of Dentistry.