Gregg A. Smith, D.D.S.

 

Meet Dr. Gregg A. Smith...

Dr. Gregg A. Smith is a native Tulsan and a 1980 graduate  of Nathan Hale High School.  He attended the University of Oklahoma, where he participated in many school activities, including fraternity life and the "Pride of Oklahoma" marching band.  Dr. Smith earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology in 1985 and continued his studies at the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry. Dr. Smith earned his Dentistry degree in 1988 and returned to Tulsa that year to join in practice with his father, Dr. Norval R. Smith. 

Dr. Norval Smith founded the practice in 1952.  Dr. Norval and Dr. Gregg proudly worked together until Dr. Norval retired in 2002.  Dr. Gregg continues running the practice with the same high standards with which it was founded.  He stays current on the latest dentistry techniques and technology, takes his patient's dental care seriously and treats them in a friendly, professional and respectful manner. 

Dr. Gregg is honored to  treat some of the patients his father served when Dr. Gregg was a small boy, as well as their children and grandchildren.   Come and see why eighty-five percent of our new patients are referrals from our existing patient base!

 


 

Gregg A. Smith, D.D.S.
3912 E. 31st Street, Tulsa, OK 74135
Office: 918-747-0850, Fax 918-747-0863
FrontDesk@GreggSmithDDS.com


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