The dental practice team at Smith Family Dental is proud to provide you with expert consultation and treatment.
Dr. David Smith
Dr. Smith earned his DMD from the Case School of Dental Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio in 2009.
After associating at various Corporate and private practices in the valley, Dr. Smith opened Smith Family Dental at the end of 2011.
Dr. Smith left an exciting career in the computer industry to pursue his career in healthcare, ultimately dentistry. He enjoys the interaction he is able to have with his patients while helping them with their dental needs.
Dr. Smith is actively educating himself in the latest dental techniques and offerings. He has interests in orthodontics, implant placement, and resolving periodontal issues that many pts. have been suffering with for years.
He is an active member of the American Dental Association, Arizona Dental Associations, and the Phoenix based Central Arizona Dental Association.
Dr. Justin Jones
Dr. Jones associates with Dr. Smith and you can find him here at the office on Saturdays. Born and raised in North Carolina, Dr. Jones received his undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina. Dr. Jones then earned his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree at the Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health in Mesa.
In his free time, Dr. Jones enjoys outdoor activities and do-it-yourself projects.
Olivia, Dental Hygienist
Olivia is a recent hygiene graduate who has over twenty years of dental experience. She is very profesional and caring when treating patients. She always goes above and beyond to place patient care as the highest priority. Olivia enjoys hunting, fishing, fitness, and most importantly spending quality time with her family.
Call us at:
Smith Family Dental
3230 E Baseline Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85042
Mon 9 - 6
Tues 7 - 4
Wed 10 - 6
Thur 9 - 6
Fri Appt. Only
Sat Appt. Only
Outside our regular business hours, please note our emergency care information.
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