Dr. Spillers is a strong advocate for continuing education in all professional fields. As an orthodontist, he firmly believes it’s essential to stay current on the latest technologies and treatment techniques in order to provide our patients with the most advanced and effective treatment options available.
Dr. Spillers is an active attendee and participant in orthodontic lectures, seminars, and conferences throughout the year. The Spillers orthodontic team often attends with him, because they too believe in furthering their knowledge in order to serve our patients well.
“Together, we learn and grow, sharing knowledge that allows us to ensure the right care for those we serve,” says Dr. Spillers.
Dr. Spillers and his wife Cheryl, who was a childhood friend, have two children, Trey and Amy. “Our family loves being together and enjoys fishing and hunting. We are also very active in our church and take our commitment to our community very seriously,” says Dr. Spillers.
“I volunteer my time and am a board member of the Rehoboth Life Care Dental Clinic. My family and I traveled to Tanzania on a dental mission trip, and we are very involved with the Angel House Orphanage there. I am also a sponsor of the Wounded Warriors Program and have taken military members and their families on fishing trips.
I am a part of the 30-30 Ministries program, as well, and am on the Leadership Team for my local church. I am a provider for Smiles Change Lives, a nation-wide program that helps families, who cannot afford the full cost of braces, to secure treatment for their children by connecting them with local orthodontic providers willing to donate their services. I also volunteer at the St. Lucia Dental Clinic through St. Jude Hospital.
I truly believe that it “takes a village” to raise strong, healthy, responsible children, and I was blessed to have wonderful mentors as I was growing up. I strive to continue that legacy in all I do, and being an orthodontist allows me to be a positive influence in the lives of my younger patients.” – Dr. Spillers