Meet Dr. Smock
Dr. Sherman Smock was born in Texas and spent most of his years growing up there. His father served in the Air Force, so the family moved frequently and experienced different communities. Dr. Smock attended the University of Texas at Austin and majored in history, while concurrently taking the coursework for his lifelong dream of becoming a dentist. Dr. Smock graduated from the University Of Tennessee, School Of Dentistry and completed his periodontal residency at the Medical College of Georgia. He later completed a two-year program offered by the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. Throughout his professional career, he has participated in continuing education courses in his specialty field and continues to participate with study clubs in the Lynchburg area.
Dr. Smock is a member of the American Academy of Periodontology, the American Dental Association, the International Congress of Oral Implantology and the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine. He is a Past President of the Lynchburg Dental Society.
Dr. Smock and his wife Jean have been married for 27 years and counting. They have 5 children and 6 grandchildren, and Jean also works in the office as the Professional Relations Coordinator. Dr. Smock enjoys fishing....especially fly fishing, and boating.
Achieving Clinical Excellence – A New Path in Implant Dentistry 10 C.E.
Prescribing Opioids for Dental Plan Management: Best Practices & Alternatives 2 C.E.
Digital Dentistry, Evolution to the Revolution, 4 C.E.
Modern Implant Dentistry; Rules of Engagement in the Esthetic Zone 3 C.E.
Achieving Esthetic Results through Restorative Solutions in Implant Dentistry 3 C.E.
Immediate Molar Implants; New Surgical and Restorative Protocols for Predictable Success 2 C.E.
The Changing Paradigm of Digital Dentistry; Today’s Technology and Tomorrow’s Concepts 2 C.E.
Growth Phase Reactions and Realities .5 C.E.
Case Presentations; An Alternative Model .75 C.E.
Wilckodontics certificate, Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics
Cost effective in-house 3D printing is transforming digital implant dentistry 1.5 C.E.
Southern Academy of Periodontology: Horizon & Vertical Augmentation 12 C.E.
The fundamentals of club dynamics, treatment planning & interdisciplinary teamwork 3 C.E.
Prescription drug abuse for healthcare providers 6.5 C.E.
Immediate loaded provisionalization of a fixed implant denture 2 C.E.
American Academy of Periodontology Medical Coding 3 C.E.
The art of high-impact leadership 2 C.E.
Treatment of the Malposed Implant 2 C.E.
Vertical Ridge Augmentation with Complication Management 1.5 C.E.
Advances & Innovations in Oral Plastic Surgery 2 C.E.
The Use of Laser Therapy to Treat Inflammatory Diseases of the Periodontium for Teeth & Implants 2 C.E.
Future of Dental-Facial & airway Management 2 C.E.
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) Two year certificate
UNC, School of Dentistry, Perio 2017 EXPO 12.5 C.E.
Identify challenges and opportunities of current periodontal diagnoses and therapies from evidence based dentistry to patient-based therapy.
Recognize the global impact of periodontal disease from an overall health standpoint and the challenges that arise from the changing landscape of dentistry.
Translate clinical relevance of new findings in oral-systemic disease links to aid the practitioner in providing the tools necessary for advising patients.
Discuss new technologies in periodontology that are rapidly evolving and impacting the practice of dentistry and health care policy.
Identify the increasing role of microbial and genetic testing on the practice of periodontics.
eadership team training 9.5 C.E.
Changing strategies for Periodontal diagnosis, prognosis & therapy 2 C.E.
Multi-Disciplinary Treatment Planning 2 C.E.
Anesthesiology for the Periodontist & team 4 C.E.
Meeting the challenge of Change 8 C.E.