Jeff Strickland, DMD
Dr. Jeff Strickland graduated from the University of Florida College of Dentistry in May 2002 and moved to Pensacola in August of the same year. Purchasing the practice from his former partner in June 2009, Dr. Strickland believes in providing excellent dentistry and building lasting relationships in a comfortable and relaxed environment. Dr. Strickland is an alumnus of the Pankey Institute for Advanced Dental Education, is an active member of a local Seattle Study Club, the Florida Dental Association as well as Northwest Florida Dental Association and Escambia Santa Rosa Dental Association. Dr. Strickland provides family, cosmetic, implant and prosthetic dentistry to all ages.
Jeff and Whitney live in Pensacola with their five boys, Gavin, Liam, Ian, Tristan, and Davis who provide plenty of excitement at home. Jeff is a 2006 graduate of Leadership Pensacola and was the 2005 president of the Coastal Conservation Association Pensacola Chapter. Dr. Strickland has been named Best of the Coast and Best of the Bay. He serves as the emergency dentist for the Ronald McDonald House in Pensacola. Dr. Strickland has served on the Board of Directors for the Epilepsy Society of Northwest Florida, as Chairman for the local Epilepsy Resource Center and on the State Board of Directors for the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida from 2013-2016. When not busy attending the boys' sports practices and games, Jeff and Whitney enjoy snow skiing, camping, fishing, and traveling with the kids.
Gregory Digby, DDS
Dr. Digby is a graduate of the College of Dentistry at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. Prior to admittance to dental school, Dr. Digby received his PhD at the Medical College of Georgia followed by a postdoctoral fellowship at Vanderbilt University. His research in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases have been published in multiple journals and he continues to have a keen interest in pharmacology and neuroscience. He is a member of the American Dental Association, the Florida Dental Association and the Esca Rosa Dental society. In addition, he also is a board member on multiple local societies and non-profits including MondayNite Toastmasters (past president), Cordova Rotary (president elect), Esca Rosa dental society (program chair), and ITAC ministries (board chairman). Dr. Digby is also an active member of a local Seattle Study Club and also pursues continuing dental education at the Spear institute. Dr. Digby joined Spanish Trail Dentistry in 2018 and has a passion for family dental care and special needs.
Traveling is a favorite past time for Dr. Digby as well as reading, hiking and volunteering. He also enjoys golfing, hunting, running and fishing.
Charles Stavely, DDS
Charlie Stavely grew up in a very small Mississippi town called Kilmichael. It was a common upbringing in the 1960’s not very different to Mayberry. He rode his bicycle to baseball practice, picked up Coke bottles on the road side to get money for candy at the grocery store. He threw rocks at snakes in the pond and hardly wore shoes in the summer.
He later achieved his dream of playing college football at Delta State University, where he lettered four years as an offensive guard and gained a Chemistry degree. After football he answered a quite urge to go to dental school at the University of Mississippi. Upon graduation he moved to Pensacola to make it his home. He always says that Pensacola felt like home from day one for him. Dr. Charles Stavely has been in dental practice in Pensacola since 1985. His practice focus has been on children’s dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and restorative dentistry for adults. His special interest has become sedation dentistry for special needs patients.