Meet Patrick Fields, DDS
I was born in Hopkinsville, Kentucky where I spent the first five years of my life. When I was six, my family and I moved to Arkansas where I grew up, graduating from Lake Hamilton High School. After graduation, I enrolled at Arkansas Tech University where I had earned both academic and athletic scholarships. While at Tech, I was a four-year starter on the Wonderboy football team while earning my Bachelor of Science in biology. From there, I was accepted into the University of Tennessee - Memphis College of Dentistry where I was awarded my Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree.
I am truly passionate about excellence in dentistry and consider myself a life-long learner. I am currently enrolled in the advanced dental continuum at the Kois Center in Seattle, and my vision is to bring truly world-class dentistry back to central Arkansas. I regularly take 75-80 hours of dental continuing education per year, which is two-to-three times what is required for licensure in Arkansas. In addition to the Kois continuum, I recently completed the moderate sedation course presented by the Doctors for Oral Conscious Sedation (DOCS). I am also a member of the American Dental Association (ADA), the Arkansas State Dental Association (ASDA), and the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD).
I met my wife, Ashley, while in dental school. From Memphis, we moved to Cabot, where we each have a practice. We are HUGE Razorback fans and spend most fall weekends following the football team. Besides Razorback football, I enjoy hunting and fishing. Ashley and I also love to grill and to spend time at the lake.