Dr. Jason Ashcroft is a native of New Mexico and is excited to have returned to the southwest. He has missed the food and weather and is happy to be closer to his family. Dr. Ashcroft received his Doctorate of Dental Medicine from the University of Pittsburgh where he graduated with honors. He then furthered his education on all aspects of dentistry by completing a General Practice Residency at Lehigh Valley Hospital in Bethlehem, PA where he received valuable experience in endodontic and surgical procedures. Dr. Ashcroft specialized in pediatric and adolescent dentistry at the University of Indiana and Riley Hospital for Children. While there, he also received a Master's of Science in Dentistry degree, with a minor in psychology. His pediatric training has prepared him to treat children from infancy to adolescence including those with special needs and disabilities. Dr. Ashcroft is trained in conscious sedation and hospital dental care. His specialized training uniquely qualifies him to treat pediatric patients with gentle and understanding care. He is a member of the American Dental Association, the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, and Texas Dental Association.
Dr. Ashcroft is a devoted husband and father of three young daughters. He understands your concerns as a parent and will treat your children as he would treat his own. He is fluent in Spanish and has completed several dental mission trips including one to Honduras and now travels yearly with his family to rural Guatemala to treat children with extreme dental needs. Dr. Ashcroft is very service oriented and he is actively involved with his local church where he has served in different capacities.
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He loves sports and will attend almost any sporting event. He especially loves baseball, which he played at the collegiate level. He played in four World Series including the Connie Mack World Series, two NAIA Collegiate World Series, and the NBC World Series. He also was a volunteer assistant baseball coach at a high school while attending dental school. Currently he coaches his daughter's soccer team. He loves the outdoors, and taking his children camping and fishing. But his most cherished time is relaxing at home watching animated movies with his family.
Dr. Juveria Hussain is a Pediatric Dentist who loves and enjoys working with children and adolescents. Born in Mumbai, India, her journey to become a Pediatric Dentist started with completing her dental education at Mahatma Gandhi Mission’s Dental College and Hospital in India. She then moved with her parents to the United States and pursued her Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) degree at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry. Upon graduation, she received numerous academic and dentistry awards. While in dental school, she continued her passion for pediatric dentistry and was involved in volunteer activities in non‐profit organizations. She has written articles in the National Association for Downs Syndrome and has worked on many research projects which have been accepted in national and international journals.
Dr Hussain completed her Pediatric Dental residency from NYU Langone Dental Medicine at Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego, California. During her residency, she received extensive training in sedation, dental trauma, hospital dentistry and full mouth rehabilitation under general anesthesia which enhanced her experience in treating anxious patients and patients with special needs. Dr. Hussain strongly believes that just as every smile is special, each child is special in her/his own way. She loves working with children from diverse backgrounds and strongly appreciates cultural diversity.
She is a member of the American Dental Association, the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, Texas Dental Association, Fort Worth dental society.
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She loves spending time with her husband, Salman and their beautiful one year old daughter, Anam. Together they enjoy watching animated movies, traveling and visiting family and friends.