About Your Dentist
David Lee, DMD
Dentistry is not expensive, neglect is.
As my patient, you can experience a professional, comprehensive, and relaxing approach to dental care that will create a pleasant dental experience. Most importantly, I will always focus on treating the patient as a whole person.
University of California, San Diego La Jolla, CA
Western University of Health Sciences College of Dental Medicine Pomona, CA
Continuing Education & Professional Memberships
Dr. Lee is currently an active member of the American Dental Association, California Dental Association and American Dental Education Association. He is committed to continuing education in order to remain knowledgeable with state-of-the-art technology, procedures and materials in dentistry.
Life & Hobbies
When he isnt practicing dentistry, Dr. Lee enjoys spending quality time with his friends, relaxing and listening to music, collecting new technology and gadgets, and staying active with basketball, swimming, bowling and golf. He is always looking for a new place to eat.
Tawana Bourlier, DDS
"My mission is to listen first, deliver individualized care at the highest standard in order to provide exceptional oral health to my community."
University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry – Oklahoma City, OK
Clayton College of Medicine and Functional Medicine – Birmingham, AL
Military USPHS, Indian Hospital and Oral Surgery Residency – Claremore, OK
American Orthodontics Society, Orthodontic Training – Dallas, TX
Dr. Smith is currently an active member of the American Orthodontics Society, American Dental Association, American Dental Higher Education Association and Society of American Indian Dentists.
Life & Hobbies
Dr. Smith was raised on a cattle and horse ranch just north of Durant, Oklahoma. She became the first female member of Future Farmers of America in her state and second female member in the nation during high school. Dr. Smith lived and raised her family in Destin, Florida, and now she's back full circle at her family ranch in Atoka County. She loves anything outdoors. Her family rescues many animals and her adult children and grandchildren are now starting to learn what it is like to live in the country and survive from the land. Dr. Smith is also very active in her Choctaw Tribe, community, and cultural heritage and she hopes to pass this down through generations. Dr. Smith's grandfather, Gaston Hickman, walked the Trail of Tears. He always said, "Our first teacher is our own heart."