Lindsay English, DDS
I love that, as a dentist, I have the ability to make a dynamic change in a person’s overall health and appearance. It is rewarding to help a patient with chronic problems and present him or her with a workable solution that can have a significant impact on his or her health and quality of life.
As the daughter of a dentist, I grew up hearing such wonderful stories from my dad's patients, stories about the excellent care he provided and how much fun it was to be a patient of his. This sparked a curiosity in me to explore the dental field and discover what he loved so much about being a dentist, and what his patients loved so much about him.
I began my dental career at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, where I earned my Doctorate of Dental Surgery. Since then, I have continued my education in many aspects of dentistry, including cosmetic services, endodontics, and implant placement. I am also active in the dental community as a member of the American Academy of Facial Esthetics, the Academy of General Dentistry, and the American Dental Association.
I believe it is important to look at the patient as a whole person and not just as a set of teeth. There are so many things that oral health affects, everything from a sense general well-being to protecting your heart from serious infections. So often, I find that patients will mention how it hurts behind their ears, or that they have constant headaches that seem to be getting worse, or muscle soreness, which all can be helped by discovering they have a tooth that needs to be fixed. It’s such a joy to hear later how much better the patient feels. I also appreciate that I have the opportunity to fix things before they become an issue. It’s so much better to prevent an issue rather than wait until a patient is in pain and more extensive work needs to be done.
A native of Fort Smith, AR, I now live in Fayetteville with my two labs, Hudson and Bear. I am also very close with my parents and sister who live nearby. When I’m not in the office, I love spending time outdoors, especially around horses or with my dogs in tow. I always look forward to weekend trips to the lake and river. I am an avid reader and love curling up on a rainy day with a good book.
I am also currently involved with the Junior League of Northwest Arkansas. I appreciate the opportunity to improve the lives of those in my community in whatever small way I can.
I joined the Restore Dental team in March of 2013, and it has been one of the best experiences of my life. As the Accounts Manager, I coordinate treatment and go above and beyond to give each patient the highest level of complimentary care and comfort. My background ensures that patients will leave happy and healthy, and I can personally guarantee a top notch dental experience with a smile. It's an honor to work with such wonderful and talented team members, and Dr. English is nothing less than excellent.
I was originally born in Charlotte, NC, and moved to Arkansas at a very young age. Outside of the office I enjoy playing guitar, traveling, and spending time with family and friends. I have a dog named Stonewall "Jacks" Jackson, and he keeps entertained when I'm home.
Director of Patient Services
I started my Dental Hygiene career in 2005, after graduating from the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith, I excitedly joined the Restore Dental Team in July 2013. I keep myself educated in the latest dental technology and techniques in order to provide high quality care to all of our patients. What I love most about my career is all of the wonderful people I meet every day. I enjoy taking the time to get to know each patient on a personal level. My goal is to make every patient feel at ease in the chair and leave with a positive dental experience.
Outside of the office, I love family time with my husband, Chris, and my two boys, Bryce and Isaac. I enjoy watching movies, spending time with friends, and hanging out by the pool.
Hygiene Treatment Assistant