Dr. Herndon was raised in Oklahoma City and did his undergraduate studies at the University of Oklahoma. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry in 1985. He is a current member of the American Dental Association and the Oklahoma Dental Association. He is also a member of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry and the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. He loves to travel all over the country to discover the latest dental techniques and ideas. He enjoys doing all types of dental procedures but has a special interest in dental implants and complex restorative dentistry. He graduated in 2008 from the Center For Aesthetic Restorative Dentistry’s prestigious Advanced Restorative Series and then in 2009 completed their Masters Series. He has in the past served on their faculty at their national headquarters in Dallas, TX. When not doing dentistry, Dr. Herndon loves spending time with his wife Marcie and his two sons Noel and Matthew and daughter Anna. He also enjoys golfing, running, bicycling and other outdoor activities. In addition to these fun facts about Dr. Herndon, he has also been in practice for over 32 years now at the same location in Purcell.
Views on Dentistry:
“I love being a general dentist! There are so many procedures that we do that life never gets dull. I believe that it is the people that work in my office that make it successful and supportive of our patients’ needs. I am very proud of my staff! I have a great group to work with and each one has their own God given talents. It is the people that make a good business, and I believe I have great people! I also want to say that my sincere intention is to provide the finest dental services to our patients in a caring manner. Keeping abreast of new techniques and technology, I will answer your questions and address your concerns. I value your patronage, and anticipate a mutually successful, long-term partnership. Together, we will ensure consistent dental health through diligent prevention methods and speedy attention to potential problems.”