It is our attitude that makes us uniquely different.
From your first call to our office to the last moment of your office visit, our goal is to provide you with the most pleasant experience possible.
We will not do any dental treatment that is not absolutely necessary and will provide you with all treatment options available for your specific dental need and the cost of the proposed treatment. We will make recommendations but before starting any treatment the decision for the final type of treatment lies with the patient.
The doctors and staff of Cutbirth and Sanderson are here to make good dental health the best it can be with the minimal amount of anxiety and frustration. We are a happy, professional, caring staff who want our patients to leave with a smile and a happy heart.
Our practice was opened in 1990 by Dr. Preston Cutbirth and his wife Elizabeth, who ran the front office. The staff consisted of one assistant and a part-time hygienist.
In 2000, Dr. Cutbirth had the opportunity to move the practice to its current location in Magnolia at 827 Magnolia Blvd. in the Magnolia Medical Center Building. Dr. Jonathan Sanderson, joined the practice in 2002, as an equal partner after leaving the United States Air Force.
As the Magnolia area continued to grow so has the Cutbirth and Sanderson practice. The office was expanded and remodeled again in 2008 to accommodate eight operatories and three hygienists who now have their own sterilization area. The front office is now staffed with four employees to provide sign in, financial, recall and treatment appointments to our patients.
In the summer of 2012, Drs. Cutbirth and Sanderson added the Tomball office.
In addition, to the close working relationship the doctors have established, the Cutbirth and Sanderson families have grown into one large united family creating a lifetime bond.
Dr. Preston Cutbirth
As a native Houstonian, Dr. Cutbirth moved with his family to Magnolia in his freshman year of high school. He graduated from the University of Texas Dental School in Houston in 1990 and immediately relocated to his hometown of Magnolia and opened his dental practice. His wife, Elizabeth whom he met in college, has been active in the practice as the Office Manager since day one. Family and faith are paramount to Dr. Cutbirth and the driving force of treating patients with dignity and respect and providing exceptional dental care in a very positive, professional office environment.
Dr. Jonathan Sanderson
A native of New Caney, Texas, he completed his undergraduate work at Sam Houston State University and graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio Dental School. Following dental school, Dr. Sanderson served in the United States Air Force. After his discharge from the Air Force, Dr. Sanderson and his wife Kristin relocated to the Magnolia area where they had established a friendship with the Cutbirths and joined Dr. Cutbirth in the practice as a full partner. Dr. Sanderson and his team place a high priority of patient satisfaction. “We are accountable at all times, our patients are also our neighbors and it is important that we build good solid relationship on every level.”
Dr. Sarah Norman
Dr. Sarah Norman , a native of Waller, possesses exceptional clinical skills. She holds her undergraduate degree from Texas A&M and attended dental school at the University of Texas San Antonio. Dr. Norman also has completed a year-long Advanced Education in General Dentistry, an accomplishment attained by only a small percentage of dentists. She is active in the community and shares the same dedication and values of Drs. Cutbirth, Sanderson and Nabors.
Dr. Stephen Nabors
Dr. Nabors is a native Texan, born in Dallas and raised in Houston. He is a graduate of Spring Branch High School, Austin College, and the University of Texas Dental School in Houston. In 1970 he opened his practice of general dentistry in the Spring Branch/Memorial area with a satellite office in Magnolia. In 1995, Dr. Nabors and his wife Kathy moved his practice to Magnolia. In 2012, after 43 years as a solo practitioner, he began working with Dr. Cutbirth and Dr. Sanderson, whom he had come to respect both personally and professionally.