When Dr. Ken Jarosz founded Family Dentistry of Texoma in 1975, he did so on a few key beliefs. One, is that we want our patients to feel comfortable about visiting the dentist, and that starts with an ongoing relationship. The better we know you, the more we can allay your fears of the unknown. The second, is to provide you with the highest quality dental care you need by employing two important elements: highly skilled doctors and staff, and a caring attitude. Even though Dr. Jarosz has retired, at  Family Dentistry of Texoma we still hold true to those beliefs.

Come and meet our talented dentists Steven Finley DDS and Matt Pitts DDS and our wonderful staff today. While you may never be thrilled about a dental visit, we can help you become comfortable in the dentist’s chair.

Dr. Steven Finley

Dr. Steven Finley was raised in Wichita Falls and is an honor graduate from S.H. Rider High School and Midwestern State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology. He received his Doctorate of Dental Surgery from the University of Texas Health Science Center, Dental Branch in Houston.

After graduating in 2000, Dr. Finley moved back to Wichita Falls and joined Family Dentistry of Texoma. Dr. Finley has received extensive training in orthodontics. He is a graduate of the Academy of GP Orthodontics and the American Orthodontic Society.

Dr. Finley is a member of Sacred Heart Church and is very active in the Wichita Falls community. Dr. Finley has served as a board member and President for the Taft Counseling Center and the North Central Texas Ducks Unlimited Chapter. Dr. Finley has volunteered at the North Texas Rehab Center, and supported the Boy and Girls Club as a member of RIBS Inc. He and his wife Stacy have a son, Gram and a daughter, Aubrey. When Dr. Finley is not working he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, attending sporting events and the great outdoors.

Dr. Matt Pitts

Dr. Pitts is a native of Wichita Falls, TX. He and his wife Sarah have two children, Luke and Elizabeth. Luke and Elizabeth attend Notre Dame Catholic school.  Dr. Pitts graduated from Wichita Falls High School with honors and then moved to Texas Tech University with a scholarship to play golf where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s Degree in Zoology. Dr. Pitts is a graduate of Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas.

Dr. Pitts joined Family Dentistry of Texoma in February 2010. He  has done extensive training through continuing education in Oral Surgery, Third Molar Removal, Implant Surgery and Restoration, and Orthodontics. Dr. Pitts has completed the Implant Continuum at Baylor College of Dentistry and is accomplished in Implant Surgery and Bone Grafting associated with Implant Dentistry.  Dr. Pitts is a member of The American Orthodontic Society and has completed over 450 hours in continuing education in orthodontics to become proficient to treat even the most complicated orthodontic cases. He has also received the Achievement award from the Board of Directors at the American Orthodontic Society.  He is also a member of The Academy of Osseointegration, The Oral Congress of Oral Implantologists, and The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

More Recently Dr. Pitts successfully completed the IV Sedation Course taught at the Georgia Health Sciences University, College of Dental Medicine in Augusta, Georgia.  He successfully completed more than 60 hours of academics with 40 hours of hands on clinical experience treating over 30 patients.  The course meets and exceeds the ADA Guidelines for teaching parenteral conscious sedation.  There he demonstrated competency in the administration of parenteral IV sedation and the management of patients being treated.

Dr. Pitts was awarded a Fellowship with the International Congress of Implantologists.  This award is given to doctors who practice implant dentistry at the highest level and is awarded by a panel of specialists based upon credentials and case submission.  Dr. Pitts is the only Dentist in Wichita Falls and the surrounding area to have received a fellowship in implant dentistry.

Dr. Pitts is a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church where he has been a Christ Renews His Parish Team Member twice and has served on an advisory board for a scholarship given by the church to parishioners attending college. He is a board member for the Association for Retarded Citizens charity golf tournament committee and is a supporter of the Children’s Miracle Network. He is currently a board member and is a three time President of the North Central Texas Ducks Unlimited Chapter which raises money through fundraising to support wetland habitat conservation. He is also on the Board of Directors for the Texas Oklahoma Junior Golf tournament.  When Dr. Pitts is not working he enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf, and bow hunting.