Stephanie Parke, DDS
Dr. Parke’s family moved to The Woodlands in 1989. She attended Texas A&M University where she graduated Cum Laude, with a degree in biomedical science. Stephanie attended the University of Texas Dental Branch, Houston, where she received her doctorate of dental surgery. Stephanie graduated from dental school in the top 10% of her class and was awarded membership into the dental honor society. After dental school, Stephanie moved back to The Woodlands to practice family dentistry in her hometown community. After spending six years as an associate in another office, Stephanie decided to open her own practice and fulfill her lifelong dream.
Dr. Parke is a firm believer in dental continuing education and keeps abreast of the latest technologies and techniques. She and her staff regularly attend continuing education classes. Through extensive continuing education Dr. Parke has developed the philosophy of optimal care which means bringing you to a level of health, comfort and beauty you may never have otherwise experienced.
Renee Rogers, DDS
Dr. Rogers is a 1997 graduate of The Woodlands High School. She attended The University of Texas at Austin, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Biology. She then graduated Cum Laude with her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Dental Branch. In 2006 she expanded her education by completing an exclusive Advanced Education in General Dentistry Residency at the VA Hospital in San Antonio, where she received training on the most progressive dental diagnostic and treatment techniques. After her residency, Dr. Rogers moved back to The Woodlands, where she has been practicing dentistry since 2007.
Dr. Rogers feels it is very important that the patients understand their diagnosis and options, putting them ultimately in control of their treatment. Her favorite thing about being a dentist is empowering people to take control of their oral health. Dr. Rogers states, “Many people don’t understand why they continue to get cavities or gum disease; in most of these cases a little time spent educating patients about prevention can make a world of difference in their health and confidence. We’ve had patients who have had a lifetime of poor dental experiences and, by changing a few key habits, we can positively alter the course of their future dental health.”