Meet the Doctors
David Henry, DMD, earned his
dental degree from the University of Mississippi School of Dentistry, after
earning his bachelor's degree from the University of Mississippi and his
master's from the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga. He has engaged in
extensive postgraduate education in general dentistry topics, and his most
recent training in implant placement allows him to provide his patients with
replacements for missing teeth without referral to another office in many
Dr. Henry is active in the community as a deacon and a guitarist in the praise band at First Baptist Church in Clinton. He and his wife Amy have four beautiful children, and in his spare time he enjoys playing guitar, reading, doing yardwork, and spending time with his family and at church activities.
William L. Boteler, DDS, obtained his undergraduate education from Hinds Community College and Mississippi College before obtaining his dental degree from the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry. His ongoing education has included a focus in crown and bridge restorations and esthetic dentistry, and he too has recent training in the restoration of dental implants.
Dr. Boteler is a former chairman of deacons at First Baptist Church in Jackson and is also an adult Sunday school teacher. He and his wife Jan are very proud of their three children and four grandchildren, and in his spare time he enjoys reading, walking, biking, traveling, playing with his grandchildren, mentoring young men, and participating in domestic and international dental mission projects.
Thomas L. Jones, Jr., DDS, received his bachelor's degree from the University of Mississippi and his dental degree from the University of Tennessee. After completing an internship with the State of Florida, he served on active duty with the United States Navy and was stationed at the Naval Air Station Atlanta. In the Naval Reserve Dental Corps, he served as the Commanding Officer of several dental units until his retirement. During Operation Desert Storm, he received the Navy Commendation Medal for his leadership.
Dr. Jones has served as president of the Jackson Dental Society and the Jackson Dental Study Group. He is also a member of the Fourth District Dental Society, the Mississippi Dental Association (of which he is a past member of the Board of Trustees), the Pierre Fauchard Academy, and the American Academy of Dental Practice Administration. As a life member of the American Dental Association, he has served on the Commission on Dental Accreditation Committee. He was the first dentist in Mississippi to receive both the Master's Award and the Lifetime Learning and Service Award from the Academy of General Dentistry. Appointed by former Governor Fordice to the Mississippi State Board of Dental Examiners, he served two terms as its president. He has achieved fellowship in both the American College of Dentists and the International College of Dentists. In 2010, Dr. Jones received the Lifelong Learning & Service Recognition award from the Academy of General Dentistry, an award given to only 150 of its 35,000 members. Nominated by his peers, he was included in the "Best Dentists in America 2005–2006."
A former President of the Clinton Rotary Club, he is a Life Member of the University of Mississippi Alumni Organization and the Naval Reserve Association. He and his wife Laura enjoy traveling and visiting with their children. Syd is the Executive Chef at the Trump Hotel in Las Vegas, and Allyson is an interior designer in the Destin, Florida, area. For relaxation, Dr. Jones rides his motorcycle on the Natchez Trace Parkway.
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