I am originally from Minnesota, but was raised in Georgetown, Texas. I received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Texas A & M University. Although a true Aggie, my dental degree is from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, where I was an active researcher in the cosmetic dentistry department. My focus in private practice has been in restorative and cosmetic dentistry. My wife and I live in Flower Mound and enjoy raising our twins.
While I am a native Texan, I have enjoyed opportunities that have taken me all over this great country. I was born and raised in Lytle, TX, about 30 minutes south of San Antonio. After graduating Summa Cum Laude from St. Mary’s University, I was accepted into the University of Texas at San Antonio Health Science Center Dental School. Upon receiving my D.D.S. in 1994, I made the decision to join the United States Air Force as a Dental Officer with the rank of Captain. During my six-year career in the Air Force, I completed an Advanced Education General Dentistry Residency and completed assignments at McGuire AFB, NJ, Bolling AFB, DC and The Pentagon. It was there in the Pentagon where I met my husband Jeff, who was stationed there as an Air Force Intelligence Officer. In 1999, we got married, separated from the Air Force and moved to Andover, Massachusetts (near Jeff’s home town). Initially, I worked as an Associate in a longstanding dental practice not far from Phillips Academy (George Bush’s prep school), however, after 5 years I made the decision to open my own practice – The Art of Dentistry. In 2007, after Jeff received a great job opportunity in Dallas we – along with our two beautiful daughters, Allyson and Anna – made the difficult decision to sell the practice and move back to where it all started – TEXAS!
My family and I live in Southlake, TX where I enjoy staying active – running, playing with my family and traveling all over the world. I am excited to be a part of the Cross Timbers Dental team and look forward to leveraging my skills and expertise to provide a world-class experience for each and every patient.
I was born and raised in Minnesota, but moved to Texas in 1977. I attended the University of North Texas where I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology, and shortly after, graduated from Baylor College of Dentistry in 1992. I followed my passion, and have been practicing general dentistry since that time. I recently refurbished a home in the historical district of downtown Grapevine, where I live with my wife of 13 years, Lori, and our two very spoiled dogs, Stitch and Frank. In our spare time, we love staying active with travel, collecting wine, and outdoor activities with family and friends. We are big supporters of local children’s charities including Make a Wish, and Children’s Cancer Fund of Dallas, where my wife serves on the Board of Directors. I am happy to have joined such a great family here at Cross Timbers Dental, and enjoy the relationships I’ve built with my patients.
I was born and raised in India. My favorite thing about working in the dental field is making someone smile. It is very rewarding to see someone smile because of the dental work that we have done for them whether it be clinical or cosmetic. When I am not at work, I like to spend time with my family. I enjoy the opportunity to be helpful volunteering in various community service projects. I am an avid gym goer; I enjoy working out and spending time outdoors. On a day in, I like to watch movies. I love working for Cross Timbers Dental because our staff and long term patients make this place feel like a family.
Dr. Waggoner is a General Dentist who has exclusively practiced portable Oral Surgery for over 29 years. He graduated from Southwestern University in Georgetown, TX and then from Baylor College of Dentistry in 1983. He is a Diplomat of the National Dental Board of Anesthesiology. The majority of his practice involves the removal of complicated wisdom teeth while the patient is under IV Sedation. Dr. Waggoner has performed over 18,000 IV Sedations.
Dr. Waggoner travels to the Cross Timbers Dental office typically once per month.