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Storts Family Dentistry Office Staff

Meet Our Southern Oklahoma Dental Team

Learn more about the team that provides patients in our Madill and Ardmore, OK dental offices with high-quality care.

Dr. Jesse Storts, D.D.S.

Dr. Jesse Storts, D.D.S.

Dr. Jesse D. Storts, Jr. graduated from Ardmore High School in 1975 and then attended Oklahoma State University, where he received his Bachelor’s degree. He earned a Doctorate of Dental Surgery from the University of Oklahoma Dental School. He then returned to his hometown of Ardmore, OK, and began his practice in 1984.

He and his wife, Mary Don, have two sons with families, Jared and Amy Storts, and Travis, Lauren, and their kids. He is a member of St. Mary Catholic Church. He enjoys ranching, working outdoors, hunting, fishing, scuba diving, and snowboarding.

Dr. Storts was instrumental in adding dental care to the Good Shepherd Clinic, where he serves as a board member. He also is a member of the Oklahoma Dental Association, American Orthodontic Association, American Dental Association, and Association of Implantology.

Dr. Jesse Storts’ Approach to Dentistry

“Do the right things for the right reasons every day, and treat everyone as if they were your own.”

Dr. Travis Storts, D.D.S.

Dr. Travis Storts, D.D.S.

Dr. Travis Storts graduated from Ardmore High School in 2005 and then attended the University of Oklahoma, where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in Zoology. He graduated from OU in 2010 and then earned a Doctorate of Dental Surgery from the OU College of Dentistry. Dr. Storts then returned to Ardmore to fulfill his lifelong goal of joining his dad in practice in 2015. He met his wife, Dr. Lauren, in dental school and got married in March 2016. 

While growing up in Ardmore, Travis enjoyed wrestling, playing baseball, and singing. He also had the opportunity to sing with Oklahoma’s University Choir. He spends most of his spare time in Springer, OK, working on his family’s ranch, and has learned to love hunting and fishing. His other hobbies include going to the lake, scuba diving, and snowboarding.

After graduating from dental school, Travis has become a member of the American Dental Association, Oklahoma Dental Association, American Orthodontic Society, Academy of General Dentistry, and International Congress of Oral Implantologists.

Dr. Travis Storts’ Approach to Dentistry

“My goal is to create a relaxed, patient-friendly environment so people can address their dental concerns comfortably. I get to know my patients and do everything I can to reduce anxiety associated with treatment. I strive to educate my staff and myself so that we can deliver the best treatment for our patients and provide knowledge and resources for maintaining their oral health.”

Dr. Lauren Storts, D.D.S.

Dr. Lauren Storts, D.D.S.

Dr. Lauren Storts was born in South Korea and adopted by her family in Norman, OK, where she was raised with four other brothers who were also adopted from Korea. She attended Norman North High School and graduated in 2006.

Lauren is a Sooner at heart and attended the University of Oklahoma for undergraduate studies until 2010, graduating with a Bachelor of Science. She then moved to Oklahoma City to attend The OU College of Dentistry and finished school in 2014, earning her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree.

She completed a one-year General Practice Residency at OU Children’s Hospital, where she received additional training with special needs and medically compromised patients, interceptive orthodontics, and sedation dentistry.

Lauren met Travis while in school; they were married in 2016. Lauren loves her dogs, cooking, going to movies, Sooner Football, The Thunder, and spending time with family and friends.

Dr. Lauren Storts is also a member of the American Dental Association, Oklahoma Dental Association, American Orthodontic Society, Oklahoma Association of Women Dentists, and Academy of General Dentistry.

Dr. Lauren Storts’ Approach to Dentistry 

“I strive to treat my patients as I would want myself treated. Clinical skills are important, but compassion, care, and making patients feel comfortable and a part of the treatment process brings me to work every day. I think it is so important to build trust with my patients, as most of the time, they cannot see the work that is being done.

I like to educate my patients so that they understand the treatment options that are recommended and help guide them to make a choice that suits them best. I do not use a “cookie cutter” plan for all; I treat each patient as a unique individual. I also try to debunk the idea that dentists are scary and visits have to be painful by taking my time and making each experience the best that I can.”