Dr. Scott Biggs, DDS
Dr. Scott Biggs, DDS, grew up in Northern Arizona and the Dallas/Fort Worth area in Texas. After high school, Dr. Biggs attended Brigham Young University and earned a bachelor’s degree in microbiology. He continued his studies at the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio Dental School, where he earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree. After dental school, he entered the U.S. Navy and was a naval dentist for four years. During that time, he completed an Advanced Education in General Dentistry residency program and also was distinguished as a fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry, a distinction that fewer than 5% of general dentists earn. After practicing general dentistry for four years, Dr. Biggs continued his education by entering an endodontics residency at the Veterans Administration Endodontics Program in Long Beach, California. He has been practicing endodontics in Las Vegas since 2008.
Dr. Biggs loves his patient interaction and loves learning about his patients. Dr. Biggs is married to Christie and has five amazing children. In the precious little free time he has, he loves the outdoors. He can be found mountain biking, running, hiking, skiing, playing tennis, pickleball or racquetball, or pretty much anything active.
Dr. William J. Dougherty, Jr.
Dr. William J. Dougherty, Jr. has been practicing endodontics in Las Vegas as a specialist since 1996 following a successful career as a general dentist in eastern Pennsylvania. He earned his DMD at University of Pittsburgh and his certificate as an endodontic specialist from Oregon Health Sciences University. Always looking to improve treatment outcomes, Dr. Dougherty was the first in Nevada to utilize the latest technological advancement in canal cleansing, GentleWave®.
“I really enjoy what I do. Returning to the graduate program at Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland during a renaissance in endodontic research, theory, and technique made for an exciting time in the field. This period enjoyed a surge new in both thought and delivery modalities primarily due to the incorporation of novel technologies in the lab and clinical setting. The frontiers of what seemed to be a limited landscape expanded dramatically as forward thinking researchers and clinicians developed ideas, materials, and instruments for the next wave of endodontic care that continues still.”
– William J. Dougherty, Jr., D.M.D.