Welcome to Dr. Thomas Smith’s dental office

It is our philosophy to provide each and every patient as if they were family members. Our staff has worked together for many years to ensure you a positive and friendly atmosphere. We strive to provide minimally invasive, conservative care in the most gentle and efficient way possible. We are committed to dentistry through the latest and best materials, sterilization techniques, technology and the use of superior labs.

Mission Statement

At Dr. Thomas Smith’s dental office, we are dedicated to excellence in dentistry. Our mission is to work together to deliver high quality dental care. As a team we are committed to avoid complacency, choosing instead to stay up to date on dentistry through continuing education and use of the latest and best treatment modalities, materials, sterilization techniques, and technology.

Core Values

  • Patient focused - we always do what is best for our patients, providing a modern atmosphere. We utilize the latest in dental technology and relaxing amenities to provide our patients with the highest quality of dental care and comfort.
  • Compassionate - we truly care about our patients and are sympathetic to their concerns.
  • Honestly - we always deliver the truth and only recommend treatment that we would have for ourselves and families.
  • Respectful - we recognize that people have different beliefs and views and we respect them
  • Clean, safe and responsible - we adhere to the highest CDC, OSHA, ADA sterilization guidelines to ensure the safety of our patients and team. In addition to thoroughly sanitizing each room between patients, we have sophisticated sterilization equipment. We also perform routine spore testing through a third party laboratory to ensure that all of our sterilization equipment is functioning as designed. We worry about the cleanliness of our practice so you’ll never have to!


What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "I have been going to Dr. Smith for over 10 years. The staff are very friendly and each visit is comfortable. They are fast and professional. I've had two fillings done; the first one 10 years ago and it is till intact without any issue whatsoever. I even moved out of state and plan my cleanings when I am back in California. I highly recommend this Doctor."
    Matt Jones
  • "Excellent experience. I’ll be back!"
    Diane Furniss-Decker

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  • Orthodontic Retention

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  • Inlays and Onlays

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  • Root Canal Treatment

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  • Educational Videos

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