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Meet Dr. Brent W. Brooks, DDS, MS

Meet Dr. Brent Brooks at Mountain View Family Dental in Mesa, AZ.

Dr. Brent W. Brooks grew up in Springville, Utah, where he attended Springville High School. He then went to Dixie College in St. George, Utah, and then Brigham Young University for his undergraduate degree. After that he attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Medical College of Dentistry where he graduated Highest Distinction and receive his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. He completed his orthodontic residency at the Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas, TX where he received his Master’s Degree of Science and specialty certificate in orthodontics. He was also selected for induction into Omicron Kappa Upsilon (OKU) a National Dental Honor Society that limits its membership to those professionals who have distinguished themselves by excellence in scholarship, while demonstrating exemplary traits of character.

To stay on the cutting edge of orthodontics, he maintains membership in the American Association of Orthodontists, Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists, and the American Dental Association.

Dr. Brooks currently resides in Gilbert with his wife Julie and their four children. He loves to spend time in the beautiful outdoors hiking, mountain biking, skiing, waterskiing, and backpacking. Dr. Brooks speaks fluent Spanish, which is appreciated by many of his patients and their parents. He is very active in his community and spends countless hours volunteering his time for local youth and his church.

He is committed to providing the highest quality treatment in a modern and comfortable environment utilizing all the latest orthodontic techniques and materials.

“I am honored when patient’s select our office for their orthodontic treatment! I am committed to providing my patients with the highest quality treatment and helping them achieve a beautiful smile. It is my hope that myself and my staff will not just meet your expectations, but EXCEED them!” —Dr. Brooks