Dr. Joy Field, D.D.S., M.S.
Dr. Field graduated From Baylor College of Dentistry with her Doctorate of Dental Surgery in 1998. She received her Masters of Science in Oral Biology and finished her residency with a Certificate of Endodontics in March of 2002 from Baylor College of Dentistry, where she served as Chief Resident. While in her doctoral training, Dr. Field was awarded a National Institute of Health/National Institute of Dental Research Traineeship Grant, The Kate Rieves Scholarship, and The Dr. Maurice Brett Dental Implant Award.
Since graduating, Dr. Field has been in practice in the Dallas area and has been named as one of America’s Top Dentists by The Consumer’s Research Council of America, Texas Super Dentists in Texas Monthly Magazine, Texas Super Dentist Hall of Fame, Best Dentists in Dallas by D Magazine, and Best of Reader’s Choice in Living Magazine. She was given the Tenured Dental Leadership Award by the North Texas Dental Society in 2010. Dr. Field’s dedication to the field includes scholarship. She has lectured and presented research around the country on a variety of subjects including management of traumatic injuries in young permanent teeth, endodontic diagnosis and treatment, and more. She has been published in prestigious peer-reviewed journals such as the International Endodontic Journal and The Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry.
When she is not advancing the field of dental medicine, Dr. Field enjoys practicing philanthropy, including for charities such as the Rite to Smile Charity, The Children’s Oral Health Center, Rebuilding America’s Warriors, The Lost Boys of the Sudan, and more. She lives in Plano with her husband Brady and their two sons, where you can find her photographing her children, reading, or playing golf.