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Antonio E. Gales, DMD

Dental Education
Comprehensive Training in Advanced Implantology: Medical College of Georgia, 2003.
Doctor of Dental Surgery: New York College of Dentistry, 1993.
Doctor of Dental Medicine: Cebu Doctors College of Dentistry Philippines, 1986.

Why I do what I do?
“When I chose dentistry as my career, I knew I wanted to offer my patients a combination of quality general care and expertise in cosmetic and restorative dentistry. Because I pursued this advanced training in school, I am able to offer you a wider range of treatment options.”

Personal Life
Dr. Gales is married to Jacqueline Crespo-Gales, MD. They have two daughters, Angelica and Anabel.

 


Scott Sumners, DMD

Dental Education
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering – University of Alabama, 2011
University of Alabama Birmingham School of Dentistry, 2016

Why I do what I do?
“As early as middle school my father was trying to talk up dentistry because he thought it looked like a more interesting job than his own. I wasn’t convinced until high school when I shadowed Dr. Greg and Dr. Riley here at Dental Associates and saw how light-hearted they managed to keep things at work while still helping people. I decided then that it was my calling to try and put a smile on people’s faces for a living. ”

Personal Life
Dr. Sumners lives in Madison with his wife, Savannah and his daughter, Sadie. They enjoy trips to the mountains, hiking, skiing, weight-lifting, and tennis.

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12205 County Line Rd, Suite A
Madison, AL 35758

(256) 772-9988

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