Mark A. Sands, DDS, PLCDo you suffer with dentures that do not work, hurt or make you look and feel older?  Do you ever think my teeth are a disaster and I need help?  Are you dissatisfied with the way you look and want a beautiful smile?  Have you lost teeth or feel you may lose teeth in the future?  You are not alone and our professional staff can help you change this picture.  Providing someone with the opportunity to smile is a wonderful gift - you may want to consider letting us 'make a difference' for you. 

New patients and emergencies are always welcome!  When you call with an emergency, our immediate response is "how soon can you be here."

For 35 plus years, Dr. Mark Sands has been working with patients to provide the best dental care in the Midland area.  Dr. Sands experience in dentistry is coupled with genuine concern for his patients.  Our dedicated staff is focused on your care and comfort before, during and after treatment.  Our goal is to keep your teeth healthy and your smile bright.  Our patients come first!

We believe in the care of young mouths. The earlier a child is introduced to dentistry, the less fearful they will be when it is time for hygiene or treatment.  A suggested timeline for this type of introduction is under the age of 3.  What works best is for us (along with a parent) is to show them around our dental office, have them sit in a chair so we can demonstrate how the chair goes up and down and then only if they are comfortable we can recline the chair to help them acclimate to that type of movement.  And of course, we would not let them walk out the door without a small treasure.

This web site provides you with an overview of our practice and the field of dentistry.  As you navigate the site, you will find additional information about our practice:

Our Mission Statement:

  • At Dr Sands office, we are a team of professionals who are passionate about serving our patients.
  • Our approach is to involve you in your dental health decisions.
  • We are confident with proper care, you can maintain your teeth for a lifetime.