SOURCE: Dynamic Dental Solutions

Dr. David Wooten

June 30, 2015 18:21 ET

Baytown Dental Office Celebrates Lab Technician's Skydive Milestone

BAYTOWN, TX--(Marketwired - June 30, 2015) - A Baytown dental lab technician recently met a personal milestone this month by completing her 2000th skydive to benefit a Houston breast cancer clinic.

Marian Sparks, an employee of Dynamic Dental Solutions, made her milestone jump on June 7 on National Cancer Survivor’s Day. Her organization, Jump For The Rose, benefits the Houston women’s cancer center, The Rose, which provides resources, screenings and treatments to women with breast cancer.

“We’re so proud of Marian for pursuing her passion and raising money for this incredible cause,” said Dr. David Wooten, who operates Dynamic Dental Solutions. “She has always been a key member of our practice and eager to assist those in need.”

Sparks was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008 and turned to The Rose to help with treatment costs. Already an avid skydiver, Sparks founded Jump For The Rose in 2010 as a way to give back to the organization that assisted her during her cancer treatments.

Jump For The Rose, a certified nonprofit, has now raised more than $85,000 in the past five years with the support of community members and cancer survivors like Sparks. The organization recently finished sixth in the Houston Chronicle’s $1 million charity giveaway. As a result, the Jump For The Rose will receive $50,000 in advertising from the newspaper.

“We’ve been lucky enough to see Marian’s organization blossom into this incredible resource for The Rose, and we’re happy to contribute and support Marian in any way that we can,” Dr. Wooten said. “Her strength and passion is absolutely infectious, and we are thrilled to see such a special lady accomplish one more of her personal goals.”

Sparks 2000th jump can be seen at http://abc13.com/news/cancer-survivor-makes-2000th-sky-dive-in-rosharan/771985/

Dr. Wooten’s practice, Dynamic Dental Solutions, offers TMJ (temporomandibular joint) treatment, cosmetic dentistry, full-face orthodontics, prosthodontics and snoring and sleep apnea appliances. The practice, 1410 Cedar Bayou Road, offers Tomographic X-rays and laser caries detection, as well as rhinometry and pharyngometry to diagnose sleep apnea.

Dr. Wooten focuses on cosmetic dentistry, orthodontics and neuromuscular dentistry. Neuromuscular dentistry involves assessing a patient’s jaw, muscles, nerves and bite and then providing TMJ therapy, orthodontic or restorative solutions. About 10 million Americans struggle with TMJ symptoms such as tooth sensitivity, headaches, neck pains, worn enamel, ringing of the ears and facial soreness.

Dr. Wooten provides TMJ therapy and treatment in three phrases. The first phase includes providing palliative therapy that diagnoses the pain, occlusal therapy that diagnoses the bite and an orthotic mouthpiece that rapidly addresses TMJ symptoms. Next, Dr. Wooten uses dental orthopedics to reposition the jaw and jaw muscles. Finally, Dr. Wooten will use either orthodontics or restorative dentistry to correct the bite. In extreme cases, Dr. Wooten will recommend surgery.

Dr. Wooten has taken countless hours in continuing education in cosmetic dentistry, orthodontics, gnathology and orthopedics.

Dr. Wooten completed his undergraduate degree from West Texas State University (now Texas A&M University) and then attended the University of Texas Dental Branch at the Texas Medical Center in Houston, where he graduated in the top 10 percent of his class and was elected to the National Honor Society Omicron Kappa Upsilon.

After college, Dr. Wooten was selected by the United States Public Health Service Hospital for a one-year training program. There, he trained in oral surgery, restorative dentistry, pathology, pharmacology, radiology, internal medicine and prosthodontics. He was assigned as the Chief Dental Officer of the United States Public Health Service in Houston and achieved the rank of lieutenant commander.

Dr. Wooten is a past board member of the Greater Houston Dental Society and the Texas Academy of General Dentistry.

To learn more about Dr. Wooten’s TMJ therapy and treatment, visit his website at www.drwdds.com or call the office at 281-839-2245.

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