Our dental practice in Mountain Brook, Alabama specializes in providing dental care to adults, children and children. We offer our patients a comfortable and convenient environment in which they can receive the latest comprehensive and safe dental care.
Our comprehensive services range from routine tooth cleaning and examination to services such as teeth whitening and dental treatments - staining fillings, crowns, root canals and other dental procedures.
Marquee's practice in Alabama includes dentistry in Mountain Brook, Montgomery, Mobile, Birmingham, Huntsville, Tuscaloosa and Mobile. We are located in a small office building on the corner of Main Street and Main Avenue and you can reach us at 205 - 967 - 8636.
The memorial service begins at 11 a.m. at Mountain Brook United Methodist Church, followed by a visitation and funeral. Flowers can be sent to Ridout Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 515 Main Street, Mountainbrook, Alabama, 205-967-8636.
He is survived by his wife of more than 30 years, son David and beloved grandchildren, all of whom are from Mountain Brook, Alabama.
Billy attended the University of Alabama, where he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and graduated in 1955. He was admitted to the US Army Medical School at Fort Bragg, North Carolina in 1958 and took up a position as an assistant professor of dentistry at the Alabama State University School of Dentistry in Huntsville, Alabama. In 1959, he accepted an appointment to the Alabama Dental Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama, where he earned his doctorate in 1962 before joining the US Army. After completing his military service, Dr. Jacobs earned his doctorate in dentistry from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Washington, D.C., and attended the University of Birmingham Veterinary College in 1963 and the Medical College of Auburn in 1964.
Dr. Polson has been a member of the American Dental Association's Board of Trustees for the Alabama State University School of Dentistry since 2009 and is an associate professor in the UAB pediatric department. He is also an active member of his hometown of Mountain Brook, Alabama, and was awarded an honorary doctorate in dentistry from the University of Alabama College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010. He has also made many friends through his volunteer work with the Mountainbrook Sprigs of Life Foundation and has received numerous awards and honours for his service to the community. Dr. Polson is the author of several books, most recently "Dentistry in Alabama" and "The Dentist's Guide to Dents.
Betty has supported Roy in all aspects of his dental career and has been an active member of the Mountainbrook Sprigs of Life Foundation and the American Dental Association. Betty is the wife of Dr. Roy Polson and mother of Roy's two children, Pat and Betty. Pat is a graduate of Mountain Brook High School and Alabama State University School of Dentistry and graduated in 2010 with a bachelor's degree in dentistry from the University of Alabama College of Veterinary Medicine.
She is an active member of the Mountainbrook Sprigs of Life Foundation and the American Dental Association and has served as a board member and chairwoman of Mountain Brook High School and Alabama State University School of Dentistry.
During her practice, she attended free dental clinics for the elderly and spent decades eating with other dentists on a weekly basis. She also founded the Dental Television Department and pioneered the use of screens on display in the dental practice. Jayne said it was the 1930s and when she had dental procedures, she "didn't want to be a dentist.
Jean and Dr. Kracke ran a successful pediatric dental practice where Jean worked as a hygienist, chair, assistant and receptionist. In 2002, Dr. Dyar retired from her dental practice to become a loving and compassionate full-time carer.
Her dental practice was on the Southside for many years and moved to Montclair Road after she retired. She eventually bought a practice in Ensley, which desperately needed a dentist, and spent six years there.
She graduated from Florence State Teachers College in 1948 and returned to the state in 1953 to graduate. He received a degree in dentistry from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 1954 and a master's degree from Alabama State University in 1957.
After serving in the Marines, he earned a master's degree in dentistry from the University of Alabama School of Dentistry in Birmingham and a doctorate from Alabama State University. After graduating from the Dental School, Floyd entered a competition and received an academic internship with distinction in one of the thirty countries. He was also an assistant professor of dental surgery at the Alabama Department of Public Health before leaving that position in 2009. He has practiced dentistry in Birmingham for 25 years and has been a member of the U.S. Army Corps of Dentalists and the National Academy of Neurological Sciences.