Sean E. Stephens, DDS
Dr. Sean Stephens received his D.D.S. degree from the University of Southern California in 1998. After graduating from dental school he joined his father to become the Stephens Family Fourth Generation Dentist. He has never stopped passionately pursuing his continued dental education since joining his father. Over the past several years, Dr. Sean has grown his dental skills through completing residencies and specialty training in implant dentistry, TMJ therapy, laser dentistry, orthodontics, head and neck pain management and cosmetic dentistry. He is also certified as an Invisalign provider. In order to stay on the cutting edge of dentistry he stays active with the San Diego Advanced Dental Study Club, the Southern California orthodontic Study Club, and the International Association of Orthodontics.
Dr. Sean is happily married to his wife Jennifer. Together they have two daughters, Claire and Sydney. Dr. Sean enjoys living vicariously through his children. He enjoys coaching his younger daughter Sydney in soccer and is very proud of his older daughter Claire with her blooming talent in piano and voice. Claire has two career ambitions right now. One is to sing the role of Belle in Beauty and the Beast on Broadway. The other is to follow her dad's footsteps and become the Stephens Family fifth generation dentist. Time will tell!
Outside of the dental office Dr. Sean is dedicated to giving back to the community. He has volunteered much time helping at free clinics to serve the less fortunate. He enjoys reading, watching movies and cheering on his USC Trojans Football Team. He has never won the office fantasy football league, but swears this next year will be the year.
Dr. Sean Stephens is committed to continual growth and improvement in both dentistry and life. He is on a quest to create the best comprehensive dental office while treating his patients with care and integrity. His goal is to help you enjoy a lifetime of complete dental health by listening first and delivering individualized optimal care.