Dr. Andy Maples earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery from the Creighton University School of Dentistry. He received several awards while at Creighton including: The Inaugural Dr. Simpson Award for Excellence in Aesthetic Restorative Dentistry, The Department of General Dentistry Award and The American Association of Oral Maxillofacial Surgery Award.
Dr. Maples is a dedicated lifelong learner including studying at the Kois Center. He has completed numerous hours of continuing education and advanced dental study. Dr. Maples has been especially interested in continuing his study of implantology and other aesthetic restorative dentistry methods.
He and his team have received several recognitions, including:
In June of 2018, Dr. Maples also received his fellowship with the Academy of General Dentistry. In order to reach FAGD status, a general dentist must:
While the state only requires dentists to complete 15 hours of continuing education to maintain their license, Dr. Maples usually completes over 100 hours per year, far exceeding these standards.
Dr. Maples grew up in Colorado, and he earned his undergraduate degree from Colorado State University. An avid outdoorsman and fitness enthusiast, Dr. Maples enjoys hiking fourteeners and competing in triathlons. Besides being outdoors, spending time with his wife Lauren and kids Collin and Mia is what he enjoys doing the most.