Reggie Thomas, DMD
I feel blessed to have been providing the very best dental care to my patients for over 30 years. I’ve been given the opportunity to improve their oral health and smiles, while transforming their lives and self-esteem in the process.
I enjoy the relationships that I have developed with my patients while ensuring that their dental treatment is completed in a gentle, caring and comfortable environment. I strive to provide dental care as conservatively as possible, benefiting my patients by decreasing the amount of time required to complete their treatment. Each one of my patients has unique needs and goals, and it is my goal to give patients comprehensive care tailored to those needs.
Education and Experience
- Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Chemistry, Oral Roberts University
- Doctor of Medical Dentistry, Michael Cardone, Sr. School of Dentistry, Oral Roberts University
I believe in keeping abreast of the latest dental techniques in the ever-changing landscape of the field of dentistry. I have completed numerous comprehensive education seminars including those covering orthodontics, oral medicine, and computer-aided cosmetic dental design. As a means of elevating the community’s dental awareness, I also founded the successful and highly popular radio show, “A Minute For Your Mouth.” Through diligent continuing education, I can achieve my goal of providing state-of-art dental care to my patients.
Awards and Recognitions
- American Academy of Oral Medicine Award
- American Academy of Radiology Award
- American Dental Association
- Oklahoma Dental Association
- Tulsa County Dental Association
- World Dental Congress
- American Orthodontic Society
- American Association for Functional Orthodontics
- American Academy of Computerized Dentistry
Outside the Office
I was born and raised in Russellville, Arkansas, and moved to Oklahoma in 1980 to complete my undergraduate degree at ORU. After dental school, I moved to New Jersey to accept a commission as a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Coast Guard. In 1991, I married my fellow ORU classmate, Sherri, a medical doctor, and returned to Broken Arrow. We have four great kids, Brooke, Blake, Bailee, and Brandon. When I’m not in my practice, I enjoy spending time with my very active family, hanging out with our dogs, attending our church, bike riding, and playing tennis.