Dr.CCreed Cardon DDS
Dr. Creed Cardon would call Idaho his home though he grew up living in Mexico, Costa Rica, and Argentina. He is fluent in Spanish. He did his undergraduate studies at BYU-Idaho and attended dental school at the State University of New York-Buffalo School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Cardon received various scholarships and various awards ranging from implantology to his service on the board of admission. His favorite part of dental school was the service trips he participated in Tonga, Dominican Republic, and the Appalachia parts of Tennessee. Dr. Cardon practiced in Albuquerque, NM before opening an office Tulsa. Dr. Cardon and his wife, Tiffany, have 2 children. They enjoy spending time outdoors, and eating ice cream at Braums. They love being involved in the community and enjoying the great atmosphere Tulsa provides.
Dr.JJeffrey Clawson DDS
Dr. Jeffrey Clawson joined the Spring Dental Family in July 2014. He grew up a potato farmer in a small town called Firth, Idaho. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology from Brigham Young University-Idaho where he also met and married his beautiful wife. Dr. Jeff continued his education and obtained his Doctorate of Dental Medicine from Western University in southern California where he served as class president and was recognized and awarded for excellence in oral radiology all while adding three children to his family. Dr. Jeff is committed to delivering the best care possible for each and every one of his patients. He enjoys working with both kids and adults, and strives to make each dental visit as comfortable as possible. Dr. Clawson is a member of the American Dental Association, the Oklahoma Dental Association, the Tulsa County Dental Society, and the Academy of LDS Dentists and has participated in service trips to Nicaragua and Cambodia in which he is fluent in the Cambodian language. Dr. Jeff is a sports fanatic and when not preparing for the arrival of his fourth child, he is teaching his kids how to throw the perfect spiral and his Newfoundland dog how to catch them.