Dr. Rod Maxfield: Family Dentist
“A smile is far more than teeth, and general practice always has something to keep me interested. I am constantly upgrading my skills, materials, equipment, and techniques in order to provide the best care possible. It’s rewarding to see the dentistry we do making a difference in our patients lives.”
Dr. Maxfield was born and raised in Pleasant Grove, and very much enjoys serving patients who come to him from around the corner and across the country. He has provided thoughtful, personalized oral health care for over twenty years.
His professional training was accomplished at Creighton School of Dentistry, one of the nation’s top dental programs, in conjunction with the University of Utah School of Medicine. Dr. Maxfield has earned degrees from Utah Valley University, the University of Utah, and Creighton University. He is a member of the ADA and a member and former president of the Utah Academy of General Dentistry.
Outside of the office Dr. Maxfield enjoys all things outdoors, and is very involved with church and scouting activities. He has three daughters, two sons, and a wonderful wife, who all keep him very busy attending dance, cheer, soccer, wrestling, baseball, orchestra concerts, and on and on.
Shauna loves medicine and is licensed in phlebotomy and medical assisting. Her education and training focused on medical billing, and she spent 12 years working in dermatology until her doctor retired and we were blessed to have her join our team. She is a Utah native, and is married with two grown daughters. She loves camping, fishing, and U of U sports. Shauna has a fun, lively personality that puts patients at ease when they walk in the door!
Brei has been a member of our team since 2014. She graduated with an Associate’s degree from Dixie State, and is certified in Dental Radiology. She is a Pleasant Grove native, and she and her husband love camping, boating, and anything outdoors. Brei is a friendly, positive person, dedicated to patient care.
Kimber has over a decade of experience in dental hygiene. She is the mother of three, and a Pleasant Grove native returning home to Utah from Arizona. She was trained in Colorado at CNCC Hygiene. Kimber has a very sweet, gentle spirit that calms and comforts everyone around her.