- Ada, Oklahoma

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June 11, 2011

My Dentist opens new office in Ada

Oklahoma City —  

Oklahoma City-based dental company My Dentist, specializing in complete care dentistry, recently announced the opening of its new dental office in Ada around June 27. The office’s location is at 1430 Lonnie Abbott Blvd.

Dr. Stephanie Meeks will serve as the primary dentist for the Ada location, with additional providers joining the team as required.

Founded in 1983, My Dentist currently operates dental offices in the metropolitan areas of Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Kansas City. 

Additionally, it operates several locations serving communities similar to Ada, including Muskogee, Duncan, Chickasha and Shawnee.

“Ada is a perfect community for our new office and we take great pride in supporting economic growth and job creation throughout Oklahoma,” said Dr. Pat Steffen, My Dentist CEO and founder. 

“We continue to proudly serve thousands of Oklahomans by offering them the absolute best in oral healthcare.”

Meeks graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry in Norman and is a resident of Ada. 

“I left Ada to finish school at OU and I could not wait to get back and provide dental care to the community I know and love,” Meeks said.

“I’m both excited and honored to be part of My Dentist’s new location in Ada,” she said. “Ada is a wonderful community and I look forward to building personal relationships with all of my patients and getting to know them and all about their lives. I truly love providing dental care to all ages, especially children. ”

My Dentist provides complete care dentistry for the entire family, including pediatric and sedation patients, as well as specialty services such as Orthodontics, Endodontics and Oral Surgery. 

They accept all forms of dental insurance, including SoonerCare, and offer 0 percent interest financing to qualified patients, as needed.

“Our team of qualified dentists, hygienists and support staff are committed to providing quality, affordable dental care to all patients. If you are currently in need of exceptional dental services, I invite you to visit any of our 26 convenient locations for a free consultation,” Steffen said.

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