Dr. Smith and Dr. Dillon are excited to welcome you to our dental practice located in Webster, Texas. We serve patients from all over the Clear Lake area, including Friendswood, League City, Webster, and Houston.

At our practice, our patients are our top priority. We take pride in the personalized service that we provide. We want to get to know you so that we can serve you based on your individual needs and preferences. Every smile is different, and every patient deserves quality treatment from a dentist that they love and trust. We’ll do everything we can to accommodate you and make sure each dental visit is enjoyable and beneficial from beginning to end.

We consult with each patient to make sure they’re well informed of any procedures they may undergo. When you walk into our office, you can feel confident that each procedure will be performed by a team that has your entire health and best interest in mind.

We look forward to working with you for all of your general and cosmetic dentistry needs. Schedule your appointment today by contacting our office!



Dr. Smith grew up in Bay City, TX. He attended the University of Texas, Austin, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and graduated Omicron Kappa Upsilon (Top 10%). He then attended the University of Texas Health Center in Houston where he earned his Doctorate of Dental Surgery in 1979.

While in dental school, Dr. Smith was the president of Xi Psi Phi Dental Fraternity and has since won the Southwest Academy of Restorative Dentistry Award for providing "Best in Class" dentistry to patients.

In his free time, Dr. Smith enjoys spending time with his family and his five grandchildren, Ethan, Carter, Andrew, Caroline, and Kylie.



Dr. Dillon grew up in the Clear Lake area and graduated Summa Cum Laude from Clear Lake High School. She then attended Texas A&M University, where she graduated Cum Laude. She was accepted into The University of Texas School of Dentistry at Houston, where Dr. Dillon earned her Doctorate of Dental Surgery. In 2019, she was awarded the Community Dentistry Award from the Greater Houston Dental Society. Dr. Dillon is a member of the American Dental Association, Texas Dental Association, and Greater Houston Dental Society.

Dr. Dillon loves spending time with family and friends and enjoys traveling when she can. She loves to cook, but her favorite thing to make is cookies. During football season, you will most likely find her in College Station on the weekends, cheering on the Fighting Texas Aggie football team.




Sarah Smith

Sarah Smith was a military brat but moved to the League City area when she was 11 years old. Sarah received her Associates degree in Dental Hygiene in 2008 from Del Mar College. She has been with Webster Dental Associates since 2009 and has developed a strong and lasting relationship with so many of our patients.

She and her husband, Dustin, have two children, Carter and Kylie. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys spending time with her family and friends.


Sarah Allen

Sarah Allen was born and raised in Santa Fe, Texas, where she grew up competing in gymnastics and cheerleading. Sarah started her dental career in 2001 as a dental assistant, working at Endodontic Associates of Clear Lake for 7 years.

In 2008, she completed her Associates of Arts degree at San Jacinto Junior College. Sarah knew at an early age she wanted to pursue a career in dental hygiene and was accepted into the program at UT School of Dentistry in Houston. Sarah graduated with her Bachelor of Science in dental hygiene in 2010.

Sarah thoroughly enjoys getting to know her patients and makes it her goal to make sure she meets the needs of each patient. Sarah and her family have been patients of Webster Dental Associates for many years before she joined our team in 2012. Sarah and her husband, Austin, have two amazing kids and in her spare time enjoys spending time with family and friends, gardening, and home projects. Sarah also has a passion for traveling any chance she gets!


Leilani Singleton

Leilani has been with Webster Dental Associates since November of 2006. Her love of dentistry started at a very young age when she would beg to go to the dentist to have her teeth cleaned. She first became a dental assistant and met Dr. Smith shortly after graduating dental assisting school and began her dental journey. The wonderful opportunity to work alongside Dr. Smith for many years has instilled top-notch patient care and a wealth of knowledge. In 2016, she returned to school for dental hygiene and joined the practice again shortly after graduating as a hygienist. Her main goal is to provide the best treatment possible for all of her patients and accomplishes this by customizing the treatment that is right for each individual and staying up to date on her education.

In her free time, she enjoys sporting events, traveling, and the beach with her 6-year-old son Jaxson. She also spends a lot of her free time caring for her four animals, who are all rescues. Panda is a 3-year-old cat who was found in a box in the woods. Harvey is a 2-year-old pit, German Shepard, and lab mix, that was rescued after Hurricane Harvey. Little Kitty is a stray that wandered up one day to her home and decided to stay, and Jade is the newest rescue who is a husky and blue heeler mix that is 11 weeks old.




Jaimee is a native of Bloomington, Indiana but came to the great state of Texas in 2010. Jaimee joined Webster Dental Associates in 2017, and she currently serves as the lead assistant. Jaimee holds her dental assisting diploma from Everest College, where she graduated as Valedictorian in 2011. Jaimee is passionate about her profession because it is a powerful way of being able to make a difference in the overall health of people. Every day she is very eager to serve others while continuing to expand her knowledge and skillset by pursuing the field of dentistry. In Jaimee’s free time, she attends The Church Triumphant in Pasadena, where she is an active member, as well as chilling with her two fur-babies, Milo and Mia.



Lacey has been a Registered Dental Assistant since 2010 and joined our team in July of 2018. She has a vast knowledge in both general and surgical procedures and says she already loves working at Webster Dental Associates because it is a “fun, patient-oriented office that feels like home.” Her goals every day are to help our patients feel as comfortable as possible and ensure they are pleased with their results.

Lacey is a small town girl who moved to League City from Crosby, Texas, but visits often to spend time with her family. When Lacey is not at the office, you can find her spending time with her husband, Austin, hunting, fishing, and cooking or watching her stepson, Brayden, play sports. She also enjoys Texas country music, spicy foods, wine nights with her girlfriends, and spoiling her dog, Skipper.



Whitney rejoined our practice in 2019 after leaving in 2009 with her husband’s move back to central Texas. She shares with our patients her 17 years of experience in dental assisting and front desk experience. Her goal is to make sure our patients feel right at home and comfortable during their visit.

She and her husband, Barrett, have been married since 2007 and have two children, Aubrie and Cal Ryan. In her spare time, she enjoys working out, watching her children in their sport activities, being around family, and being outdoors. She is an avid Houston Astros, Texans, and Dynamos fan, and she loves catching games when she can.



Kristi - Office Manager

Kristi has been a part of Webster Dental Associates since 1997 and Office Manager since 2001. She credits her love of dentistry to her orthodontist, who was a part of a barbershop quartet and would sing during her appointments. Kristi takes pride in the family-like atmosphere with both co-workers and patients and the quality of care that we provide.

Kristi and her husband, Michael, have two daughters, Lauren and Camryn, a son, Tyler, and a fur baby named Asher. She and her husband love to travel, cook, spend time with family, and watch the Cowboys and Astros.


Lauren - Front Desk Specialist

Lauren grew up in Friendswood, Texas. She was a long time patient of Webster Dental Associates before joining the practice in 2009 and has been with us ever since. Lauren assists our patients with maximizing insurance plans and educating them about their options. In addition, she is our “multitasker, ” keeping the computer systems, appointment schedules, and business functions up-and-running efficiently.

She loves spending time with her family, especially during football season. She is a DIE HARD Dallas Cowboys fan. She loves dogs and enjoys spending time with her malti-poo Rylee Rae. She is a huge advocate for “Adopt, Don’t Shop” and has done several “walks” to support this cause. If she could save all the dogs, she would. In fact, her dream would be to have a farm and foster as many dogs as possible.



Our office offers composite (tooth-colored) restorations for teeth that have decayed or chipped.



Crowns and bridges are available in a number of materials. These restorations are permanently cemented in and will be made to look like your adjacent teeth.



Sometimes, a tooth may be non-restorable due to severe decay or have a hopeless prognosis. In these cases, we recommend extraction. We offer extraction procedures using local anesthesia. Wisdom teeth extractions will be determined on a case-by-case basis during your consultation.



In certain cases, bacteria enter the nerve of your tooth, indicating a need for a root canal. In most cases, teeth that have had root canals will need a crown placed afterwards.



Gum disease is very common in our population. During your exams, we measure your gums to determine the type of cleaning you need. In periodontal disease, we recommend Scaling and Root Planing, which is a deep cleaning. Anesthesia will be given during these appointments and we will recommend returning more frequently in order to maintain your gum health.



Dental implants are a very successful way of replacing missing teeth without affecting the health of any adjacent teeth. During your consultation, we will discuss if implants are the right option for you. The end result is permanent and esthetic.



There are several options to replace missing teeth. Removable options include dentures and partials. Dentures are for the edentulous patient, and partials utilize the remaining teeth in your mouth for retention.



If you are looking to change your smile, there are many different cosmetic options. Our office offers whitening, composite restorations, veneers, and crowns.



Veneers are a great way to repair minor problems with your teeth, such as staining, chips, gaps, or being misshapen. Dental veneers are cemented permanently.



Our office offers two options for whitening: take-home bleaching trays or in-office Zoom whitening. Whitening is a safe and effective way of brightening your smile.



Our office begins seeing children at the age of 3. We want to provide your child with a positive dental experience. We like to familiarize your child with our staff, the dentists, and the dental chair in order to ensure their comfort. We also offer nitrous oxide during procedures.



Nitrous oxide, or commonly known as laughing gas, is a safe way to manage dental anxiety. If you have a fear of the dentist, this might be an option for you. A mask is placed over your nose during the procedure and recovery is quick. You are able to drive yourself home after your appointment.


How often do I need to be seen for a check-up?

It is recommended that most people go to their dentist every 6 months for a cleaning and check-up. In some cases, it is recommended to be seen more frequently. Regular cleanings and check-ups are not only important for your oral health, but your overall health as well. 

Do I need x-rays?

In order to diagnose and recommend your treatment options, the dentist needs to have x-rays, as well as complete a clinical exam. What type of x-ray and how many you need will depend on how long it has been since your last set of x-rays.


What can I expect from my first visit?

If you are 18 or older, plan to be at our office for two hours for your first exam and cleaning. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment time to fill out the necessary paperwork. A comprehensive exam will be completed and you will be provided with a treatment plan.


When do I need to start bringing my child to the dentist?

Our office begins seeing children at the age of 3. On their first appointment, we like to introduce the child to the office, have them meet the dentist, and sit in the dental chair in order to familiarize them with the dental environment. We want to ensure your child has a positive experience. By teaching your child the importance of going to the dentist regularly, you can instill in them lifelong, healthy habits.


What are my options to replace missing teeth?

Our office can replace missing teeth with several different options: bridgework, partials, dentures, and implant restorations. Schedule an evaluation to find out which option is best for you.


Are teeth whitening procedures safe?

Yes, the American Dental Association confirms whitening to be safe. Whitening is an option for patients 18 and older. Our office has two options: at-home bleaching trays or in-office Zoom bleaching.  


Does the dentist see emergency dental cases?

Yes, the dentist sees emergency cases. We understand that dental emergencies are unplanned, and we will do our best to see you as soon as we can. Call our office to schedule a time. If the emergency is life-threatening, please go to your nearest emergency room.


Is my oral health related to my overall health?

Current studies support the fact that oral health is linked to several systemic health issues. Periodontal disease is linked to diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and even complications during pregnancy. By visiting our office regularly for your check-ups, we can better help to monitor you oral health, thereby improving your overall health.


Does your office accept my insurance?

Our office accepts most insurances and all PPOs. Please call our office with any questions regarding your insurance.


We thank you for contacting Webster Dental Associates. Please note that appointment cancellations will not be accepted using this contact form or via e-mail. Please call our office at 281-280-8111 if you wish to cancel or change an existing appointment time.

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