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About Us

Board Certified Pediatric Dentist, 2011

  • Raised in Mannford, went to Bishop Kelley High School, class of 2000
  • Lettered on OSU wresting team
  • Married to Julie, with three children and dog Huckleberry

EDUCATION

  • Oklahoma State University, BS, 2004
  • OU College of Dentistry, DDS, 2008
  • Texas A&M University, Baylor College of Dentistry- Certificate in Pediatric Dentistry, 2010
  • Masters of Science in Pediatric Dentistry, 2010
  • Board Certified Pediatric Dentist, 2011

 RESIDENCY TRAINING

  • Baylor College of Dentistry
  • Children’s Medical Center of Dallas
  • Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

  • Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
  • President-elect of the Southwest Society of Pediatric Dentistry
  • Chairman of the Southwest Society of Pediatric Dentistry Annual Ski Meeting
  • Member of the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Oral Health
  • Member of the Oklahoma Dental Association
  • Section Chief of Dental and Oral Maxillofacial Surgery at Saint Francis Hospital

 

HOBBIES

“Spending time with my kids!  I enjoy most outdoor activities, especially running, mountain biking, whitewater kayaking, and snowboarding.”

MESSAGE FROM DR. ROBERTS:

“The reason I became a pediatric dentist is I enjoy taking care of kids. I have 9 nieces and nephews- every time I left a family function I would have 4 on one leg and 5 on the other. Plus, I love being a go-to resource for families.  

Maybe your child is fearful or anxious, or has special needs, or has a lot of needs that other dentists have been unable to treat.

As a specialist, I can take care of all those issues in an environment that’s free of fear and anxiety”.

Helpful Blog Posts

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Tongue-tie Symptoms and Early Treatment for Infants

Tongue-tie is a condition that restricts the movement of the tongue. The underside of the tongue is so tightly connected to the bottom of the mouth that movement and function become restricted. A common and probable example is a speech impediment, but many other symptoms pose a larger threat.

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Does Your Child Need Orthodontic Treatment?

Our children’s mouths become a focal point of their development before their mouths are even fully developed. And for good reason! Their teeth have a profound impact on their looks, their health, their speech, and their confidence. That’s why, as their parents we want them to have beautiful, straight, healthy smiles. And to do that, orthodontics is needed at times.

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Kids Sports: Protection Is A Mouthful

As you outfit your little one in every piece of safety gear allowable in the sport, make sure you include a mouth guard. They are a crucial part of your child’s uniform when it comes to protecting their teeth, gums, lips, tongue, jaw bone, and even a noted protection against concussion.

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