It is the goal of our practice to provide patients a pleasant environment, a qualified staff and a dentist committed to the pursuit of excellence, treating people according to their need and ability to pay a fair fee.
We believe in putting the patient's needs first. Furthermore, we believe oral health can be a reality, through proper home care, regular exams, and quality restorative dentistry.
Our practice is prevention-oriented and comprehensive in scope.
Our goal is to provide individualized attention, creating rapport between patients and staff.
Although all phases of general dentistry are provided, referrals are made to the appropriate specialist when the needs of the patient merit. We strive to achieve the basics of successful practice, including honesty, sincerity, modesty, tolerance, unselfishness, and sympathetic understanding.
Meet Our Staff
Dr. Potts grew up in Broken Arrow, OK, where he graduated in 1989. Upon high school graduation, he attended the University of Oklahoma, earning a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration. During his undergraduate tenure, Dr. Potts was the President of the Oklahoma RUF/NEKS spirit organization and also was selected to the Business Leadership Program. After completing his undergraduate degree in May 1993, he attended the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry, graduating in May 1998. During this time, he was elected President of Delta Sigma Delta, an honorary academic dental fraternity, and, most importantly, married his high school sweetheart, Donna Wright in July 1997. He considers the marriage to his wife to be the first of what he considers to be, "the three greatest blessings of my life." In July 1998, Dr. Potts began practicing dentistry in Norman and he has, happily, remained in this wonderful community. In May 2002, he experienced the second greatest blessing of his life, when his daughter, Annabella was born. Four years later, in July 2006, the third blessing, Sophia, was born.
Giving back to the community has always been an important part of Dr. Potts' life philosophy. Beginning in 2006, upon the urging of his lifelong friend, Jenny Kallenberger and her husband, Dr. David Kallenberger, also a dear friend and mentor, Dr. Potts became involved with Integris (Baptist Hospital) Foundations. After serving a year on the Integris Young Philanthropist (IYP) Board, Dr. Potts was selected to lead. The primary focus of the IYP is children, more specifically, children who attend schools, which, historically, underperform academically. It is a great source of pride for Dr. Potts, knowing that, with the help of Integris, these children have dramatically improved their academic scores AND attendance! Upon the completion of his third consecutive term as Chairman of the Board, he was selected as the 2009 Young Philanthropist of the Year.
Sooner Born, Sooner Bred. These four words are a perfect description for Dr. Potts. As mentioned earlier, Dr. Potts attended the University of Oklahoma, where he was an Oklahoma RUF/NEK. His love for the Sooners continues today as he is an avid supporter of OU Athletics. Just one quick tour through his office and it is quite apparent where his allegiance lies. One of his hobbies, sports memorabilia collecting, displays a strong Sooner influence. Dr. Potts also enjoys fishing in his leisure time, of which he says he never has enough. The bulk of his time away from the office is spent with his most valued treasure – his family. Dr. Potts and his family are members of Journey Church in Norman. He is a member of the Oklahoma Dental Association and the American Dental Association.
Stacy Swisher Sneed
Stacy Swisher Sneed grew up in Moore, OK, graduating from Moore High School in 1992. In 1995, while working as a sales representative for Southwestern Bell Mobile Systems, she met her future husband, Matt Sneed. After her marriage to Matt in 1997, Stacy returned to school, pursuing a degree in Dental Hygiene from Rose State College. During this time, she was elected Class Treasurer and served the community by volunteering at schools and health fairs. Upon graduating in 2001, Stacy represented Oklahoma County as Vice President of the Dental Hygiene Association. In May of 2007, Matt and Stacy were blessed with a baby boy, Kolten Wyatt, who has brought new meaning to their lives in so many ways. In 2008, Stacy joined Dr. Potts office.
Stacy enjoys traveling, wakeboarding, reading and trying new things. Her family loves attending church, rooting for the Sooners and spending time with friends, as Stacy likes to put it, "Enjoying life’s simple pleasures."
Casey began her work in the dental field in 2000. It is at that time she began working with Dr. Potts. In June of 2003 she joined Dr. Potts in his private practice as Office Manager. She was with the team until May of 2010 when she moved out of state. Recently, she was presented with the opportunity to rejoin the staff. "I feel blessed to be a part of Dr. Potts office/team once again. It has always been home to me". The patient relationships formed over the seven years, along with the well – functioning team are a few aspects that made the decision to return, effortless.
Casey grew up in Andover, MA until the age of nine. Born and bred a New England Patriots and Boston Red Sox fan, she moved to Noble, OK in 1979 until graduating from Noble High School. She then moved to Palm Coast, FL to attend United Travel School, in Clearwater, FL. In Florida, she married and started her family. Casey is blessed with four children: Trey, Kaylee, Kelsea, and Breton. Living life with loved ones and helping others is what is important to Casey. Reading and being outdoors are ways in which she likes to spend her free time. She calls Victory Church of Norman her home.
Brandy joined our office in 2005 as Dr. Potts' assistant. She grew up in Weatherford, OK, and graduated from Purcell High School in 1997. Upon graduation, Brandy attended Mid-America Vo-Tech in Wayne, OK, earning x-ray and nitrous oxide certifications. Prior to joining our staff, she gained valuable experience as an oral surgery assistant. In addition to dental assisting, Brandy is a licensed micropigmentologist.
Brandy married Justin Taylor in 2001. They have two sons, Case and Lane. The Taylor home is a house divided during football season, as Justin is a Cowboys fan and Brandy sports her crimson and cream. Thankfully, their boys are on mommy's team. They enjoy camping at the lake and spending time with family. The Taylors attend First Baptist Church in Washington, OK.
Kylee moved to Norman in 1993 to attend the University of Oklahoma. She did three years of undergraduate work at the Norman Campus where she was a member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority. Following her time at the Norman Campus, Kylee attended the Dental Hygiene Program at the University of Oklahoma, College of Dentistry in Oklahoma City. Kylee was awarded her RDH/BS in May of 1998.
While attending OU Kylee met her husband Ryan. Kylee has been married to Ryan for twenty-three years. Kylee and Ryan have a seventeen year old son named Levi. Levi attends Norman North High School where he is a member of the football and power lifting teams. In her free time Kylee and her family enjoy OU sporting events, working out, and traveling to the beaches of Mexico.
Kylee has been a dental hygienist for over two decades. Even after the passage of time Kylee's enthusiasm for the profession continues to grow. Over the course of her career Kylee has come to the conclusion that oral hygiene is the gateway to overall health. To that end, Kylee has made it her mission statement to not just treat her patients, but to care for and educate them.
In fact, Kylee began her career with Dr. Potts when he first opened his doors. Kylee continued with Dr. Potts for over seven years before taking a break from his office to free up more time to be a mom to her son Levi. Kylee is ecstatic to be back with Dr. Potts and his team. Dr. Potts' vision and Kylee's align perfectly.
Kylee truly looks forward to knowing, treating and educating you. Philippians 4:6.