Dental Solutions has been a part of the community of Owasso for over 40 years.
Dr. Mark Curtis and our staff are committed to providing the highest quality of dental care and expertise to all.
Serving Owasso and it’s surrounding communities is an honor we take seriously. We proudly serve patients from Owasso, Broken Arrow, Catoosa, Sand Springs, Collinsville, Skiatook, Claremore and the greater Tulsa area.
We love getting to know our patients and are genuinely concerned about providing the most comfortable experience for them and their families. We encourage you to stay in touch with us on our Facebook page or contact us if you have any questions about visiting our office.
Whether we provide a routine filling or help you with cosmetic concerns, we want to see you enjoying the results, and want our work to speak for itself through your smile!
Dr. Mark Curtis and Staff
Straightening your smile doesn't have to be embarrassing or uncomfortable. Invisalign offers the opportunity to have customized, virtually invisible aligners improve your smile painlessly and effortlessly. No bands, no brackets. Just smooth, subtle changes to improve your smile and orthodontic needs.
No one wants it to happen, but the reality is, sometimes teeth can be a pain. Whether its a broken tooth or sensitivity from an injured or dying nerve, we can get you in quickly to get you evaluated and give you a game plan to address your needs.
Apart from your daily routine of flossing and brushing, regular cleanings and exams are one of the most important ways to maintain the health of your teeth and mouth. It affords the opportunity to remove buildup and catch concerning conditions early.
But not just for your teeth, your cleanings and routine care help prevent heart disease!
Need a fast pick me up for a tired smile? Try whitening! We make customized trays to fit your teeth , and 30 minutes a night for two weeks is all it takes to get the younger, brighter smile you're looking for.
Not only can we take care of fillings or repairs whenever needed, we can replace those old, unsightly amalgam fillings with tooth colored composite resin. While research varies on the dangers of amalgam fillings , one thing is for sure, tooth colored fillings are much more attractive.
Root Canals - The nerve of a tooth can die Many people have the misconception that root canals are painful. Truth be told, it's actually the infection that is painful and removing the infection is usually a your source of relief and don't have to be painful.
Crowns - If your tooth needs some extra protection due to decay or fractures, they don't have to be unsightly. Crowns can match your teeth in shape and in color. Many crowns can be made without metal at all, giving them a very natural look
Implants- missing one or more teeth? Whether you need to replace a tooth or need permanent help stabilizing a denture, implants are a wonderful solution when our natural teeth are no longer an option.
Dr. Mark Curtis
A native of Portland, Oregon, Dr. Curtis has lived in Owasso since 2002. He received his undergraduate degree from Abilene Christian University, and attended dental school at Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas, Texas. He and his wife Jennifer have four children, and they are very active in soccer, scouting, football and tae kwon do.
Dr. Curtis is an active outdoorsman, and counts among his accomplishments summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in Africa, and one of the famed “seven summits”. An avid runner, Dr. Curtis has completed several New York City marathons, and can often be found in local races around town. When he isn’t taking his kids from one activity to the next, he enjoys teaching classes at his church, coaching youth basketball, and the occasional round of golf.
I graduated from dental assisting school in 2007. This career has been wonderful. I love working with people, and caring for their smiles. I joined Dental Solutions in January 2017. I was born in Texas but I'm proud to call Oklahoma my home. My husband and I have two sons who keep us very busy. I love to travel and love animals. My husband and I are avid movie goers, and we enjoy getting out and hiking also.
I was born and raised right here in Tulsa Oklahoma, and I have two boys who are my world. Jace, my oldest, races sprint cars and was ranked number three worldwide in the restricted class in 2016. Cannon, my youngest, also races sprint cars and recently started his career in midgets. His biggest win so far was the Golden Driller at the Tulsa shootout in 2014. I graduated dental assisting school in 2006. I love what I do, and look forward to a long career at Dental Solutions!
Much of my work experience has been in the medical field and dentistry is a new endeavor for me. But joining the experienced team at Dental Solutions in 2012 has proved to be richly rewarding! I've been married to my husband Jason for two decades and we have two awesome kids, Eli and Julia. We've lived in Owasso since 2011, and I love this community and the patients that become like family at Dental Solutions!
I graduated from Tulsa Community College Dental Hygiene Program in 1997. I joined the team at Dental Solutions in May of 2011. My dental experience includes dental hygiene, soft tissue lasers, dental assisting and community service. I spent my childhood years in Bartlesville but now call Broken Arrow home. I am married and have 3 daughters.
I graduated from Dental Hygiene school in 1995. I attended MSSU in Joplin Missouri. I've been a dental hygienist for Dental Solutions since 1999. I love my job so much- it is the best job in the world! My husband, Mark and I have one son, Chase. We live in Claremore and have 2 dogs, Luna and Bandit, that I love to walk around the neighborhood.
I've worked at Dental Solutions since 1995. I've worked both as an assistant and office manager and truly enjoy dentistry. I have two fabulous daughters. Colbie lives in Arkansas with her husband Brent and daughter Stella and Scarlet. Jordyn lives in Owasso with her son Gauge. I enjoy being outdoors and my two Boston Terriers, but my favorite past times are Gauge,Stella and Scarlett.
Real People, Real Words
“I so appreciate the team at this dental office. Stacie, Jennifer and Lisa come to mind. They have put forth much effort to meet my individual dental needs. After moving to Broken Arrow, I tried another dentist close to home. They tried hard to sell me on all sorts of things that I supposedly need.
I trust Dr. Curtis. What’s that worth?
He is not all about gaining personal wealth at the expense of his patients. He truly cares. He guided me through the process of getting a tooth implant and got very involved in making sure I got the perfect new tooth. He knows what he is doing and does great work. I am grateful and do not mind driving all the way to Owasso for my dental needs.” -S
Frequently Asked Questions
Absolutely! Give us a call at 918-272-5387. We can usually accommodate emergencies same or next day. Don't be discouraged if the first appointment for a cleaning is a few months away. We work an active call list and will likely get you in sooner if you want as our schedule changes or appts. become available! And just know- we will take and make the same time for you as we do our established patients! We look forward to meeting you!
Short answer? Probably! We are “in network” with Blue Cross Blue Shield and Delta Dental Premier, but we take most insurances. Unless your policy has a very restricted network of providers, many policies allow you to see your choice of providers and you’ll just pay the difference between their network provider and the doctor of your choice. Many of our patients have policies we are not “in network” with, so if you have question or concern, just give us a call!
Most insurance policies cover part or all of your annual cleanings. If you have no insurance, and are an established patient, we charge $230 for an exam, cleaning and annual xrays, and $159 for an exam and cleaning. Cost for a brand new patient may vary depending on the type of xrays needed and for a more extensive initial exam, but feel free to call and we will see what we need to do!
Well, we know this isn’t a popular answer, but it really depends! An exam and xray would be $131.00 if you don’t have insurance. One tooth might just need smoothed, another might need a crown, or in some cases a tooth might not be salvageable. We will look at your situation and give you the very best options we can, and let you choose!
This could indicate an infection, but also may be caused by other things like a deep cavity or crack, or an inflamed nerve. It’s important for you to make an appointment with a dentist soon to get it checked out.
Contrary to popular belief, bleeding isn’t a sign that you are brushing too hard. In fact, it actually means your tooth care needs to be more aggressive. Bleeding results from infection and increased bacteria present in the area. Flossing correctly will help immensely, so make an appointment so we can evaluate the health of your gums.
This usually means you have decay somewhere, and may need a cavity filled. It can also be caused by older restorations that have begun to break down or leak, or gum recession. Make an appointment with a dentist soon to prevent an emergency and more expensive treatment.
Cold sensitivity could indicate decay, but If the pain lingers long after exposure, your nerve may be inflamed and sensitive. This could mean you need a root canal or extraction. Make an appointment soon.
“Tea is from the devil.” - Susan We’ll just leave that there. :-) But if you love your coffee or tea, and still want to brighten your smile.. we can help you out! Just ask us!
This could be a sign of gum disease, and something you’ll want to get checked out to see if you can reverse. Sometimes cavities can create this problem too. Floss, brush, and see a dentist soon.
Not kidding… we don’t care where you go, but get this checked out immediately – do not procrastinate. This could mean you have an infection and you don’t want to ignore this symptom because these type of infections can get serious very quickly. And if you have difficulty breathing or swallowing, call 911 right away. But get this checked out!!
While it’s widely believed that root canals are painful, what most people don’t realize is that it’s actually infection that is painful. Root canals often relieve the pain, and usually fairly quickly.
The American Academy of Pediatrics would say 6 months, but many of our parents wait until 2 or 3. We wouldn’t encourage waiting much longer than that. Around that time, we would schedule a “happy visit” because that is how we want your child to feel when they leave!
To keep ourselves in business, of course!! No seriously, dentists are just like everyone else, and we like our treats. You can eat them here or at home… just brush and FLOSS, FLOSS, FLOSS!!!!
No. Yes, they have the same last name, and have been friends for decades, so they act like sisters too. But no. And yes… that was one of our most frequently asked questions!
9050 N Garnett
Owasso, OK 74055
Monday – Thursday 08:00AM – 5:00PM
Okay - the truth is, we're not really on the beach.
But we ARE easy to find !
We're just south of Ron’s Hamburgers
on Garnett Road,
directly across the street
from the beautiful flag
flying at Fire Station 1.
We look forward to meeting you!