Jack Bodie, DDS
Meet Dr. Bodie
Dr. Bodie has lived most of his life in Richardson, TX. He attended Richardson West Junior High and graduated from Richardson High School in 1972. After graduating from the University of Arkansas with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1976, Dr. Bodie returned to Richardson. He was employed by TX Instruments as a manufacturing engineer, until he was accepted into dental school. He graduated from the University of TX Dental Branch (UT Health Science Center in Houston) in 1981 with the degree Doctor of Dental Surgery. After two associate positions in the Houston area, Dr. Bodie returned to Richardson in 1982 to associate with Dr. Alvin Foster, whom had practiced dentistry in Richardson since 1958. Dr. Foster retired in 1985.
Dr. Bodie is an active member of the Dallas County Dental Society, the TX Dental Association, and the American Dental Association, the Academy of Biomemetic Dentistry, the World Congress of Minimally Invasive Dentistry, the American Academy of Facial Esthetics, the American Academy for Adhesive Dentistry, and has completed over three thousand hours of postgraduate training and continuing education.
Dr. Bodie currently resides in Richardson with his wife of 36 years, Sherrill, and has two daughters, Carlan 32 and Erin 27. Dr. Bodie and his wife are members of Woodcreek Church in Richardson. Dr. Bodie regularly donates his services at the dental clinic at Network of Community Ministries in Richardson and participates in annual dental mission trips to the Mexican Indian Training Institute in Cordoba, Mexico.
“After practicing dentistry for thirty eight years, it has become clear that, developing lasting relationships with my patients not only improves our ability to tailor treatment specifically to your needs, but also makes the overall experience much more enjoyable. Yes, I said enjoyable. I know many of you may have had terrifying experiences at the dental office. I am here to tell you that it does not have to be that way. With the technology available today, careful and gentle hands, and for some, mild medications, we can make your dental experience enjoyable. Some of you may have been to dental offices where you have been rushed through treatment, had lengthy waiting periods, little time with the doctor, and inflexible payment policies. This is not the way we believe patients should be treated. We believe in customer service. And, because my office is small (only four treatment rooms), and because we work a relaxed but steady schedule, I am able to spend more time with my patients to discuss treatment or simply find out how your family is doing. This is my promise to you: I will give you the best that is humanly possible, whether it be dental treatment, advice regarding treatment or just sharing my time with you to make you comfortable. My staff will give you the most friendly service that you have ever seen in a dental office, and we will stand behind the quality and durability of our work, without the requirement of selling you a warranty (yes, dentists are doing this now). We value honesty and integrity above all in our work.”
- Dallas County Dental Society
- TX Dental Association
- American Dental Association
- Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry
- Academy of Facial Esthetics
- International Academy for Adhesive Dentistry
- World Congress of Minimally Invasive Dentistry