I am committed to providing you and your family with comprehensive dental services in a relaxed and comfortable environment in Winston-Salem.
Dr. Michael S. Spangler, DDS, PA
Dr. Michael S. Spangler was born and raised in Shelby, a small town in Western North Carolina. He attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he received an undergraduate degree in Chemistry. He continued his studies at the UNC-CH School of Dentistry and received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. After passing the North Carolina Dental Board Exam, Dr. Spangler spent 2 years working for the Indian Health Service in Elko, Nevada. He also spent a year working for Africa Inland Mission in Kijabe, Kenya, before beginning work in private practice.
Dr. Spangler moved to Clemmons, North Carolina in 2000 and spent several years as an associate in a multi-doctor practice in Winston-Salem. When the opportunity to practice dentistry in his own office became available, Dr. Spangler moved into his office current location on Reynolda Road.
Dr. Spangler practices all forms of dentistry for the entire family, from preventative and comprehensive restorative care to teeth whitening and other cosmetic procedures. He is a very compassionate and gentle dentist, with patient comfort being extremely important to him. Dr. Spangler enjoys talking and getting to know his patients and their families, with his easygoing, likable personality helping to put patients at ease.
Dr. Spangler is currently a member of the American Dental Association, the North Carolina Dental Society, and the Forsyth County Dental Society. He served a term as President of the Forsyth County Dental Society in 2007. He is also a board member of the Community Care Center in Winston-Salem. In addition, Dr. Spangler regularly attends continuing education courses to stay up to date on the latest advancements in dental techniques and materials.
Dr. Spangler is married and has four children. Outside of dentistry, Dr. Spangler’s focus is on his family and their various activities together. Dr. Spangler’s blood runs North Carolina Blue, but he also enjoys cheering on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons whenever they are not playing the Tarheels.